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down down down down down down down when the lights go down [ cheers and applause ] this is "nightline." >> tonight, the big decision out of new hampshire. a political earthquake. the once outsiders now projected winners. >> this is something very special. >> billionaire businessman donald trump claims his first win. and bernie sanders notches a victory in his own back yard and celebrates in style. but what does this all mean for the next showdowns in nevada and south carolina? and reality star teresa giudice opening up about life behind bars. >> i cried when i couldn't talk to my children. >> once living a life of luxury on "the real housewives of new jersey" but shocked with a very
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>> i got paid 12 cents an hour. >> tonight, shou how she's working to get her life back on track. but first it's the "nightline" 5.
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good evening. new hampshire voters weighing in loud can and clear tonight in the first in the nation primary,
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of candidates once again. here, the latest results out of new hampshire on the republican side. a decisive, projected victory for donald trump, coming out on top. followed by john kasich. the ohio governor had been trailing in the polls coming into tonight. and third place, still too close to project. an intense fight between cruz, bush, and rubio. exit polls coming in from new hampshire with 2/3 of republican voters saying they support trump's call to temporarily ban muslims from entering the united states. and on the democratic side after a razor-thin loss in iowa vermont senator bernie sanders pulling off a solid victory tonight. exit polling showing among voters under the age of 30 sanders beat clinton by a colossal margin. we have team coverage, of course, on this pivotal night, and we start with abc's tom llamas, who's at trump headquarters. tom? >> reporter: juju, good evening. a wild scene here in manchester. donald trump took the stage at
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said one word, wow, and the crowd fired back at him, "build that wall, build that wall, build that wall." clearly donald trump's message on immigration, on the military and helping out veterans state. he wins first in new hampshire, something he couldn't do in the iowa caucuses. and he told new hampshire voters that he loved them and that he carolina. ahead. gracious and he thanked the other candidates, especially some who had called him, like senator ted cruz, but he said tomorrow it's back to bam, bam, bam, which means he's going to go back to hitting the campaign hard and probably hitting his competitors hard as well. now, donald trump won by such a large margin here in new hampshire it's hard to claim that anybody else had a victory. governor john kasich of ohio spent the most time here, more than 100 town halls. yet he fell into second place but a very distant second place. he definitely has some momentum going to south carolina but his moderate message may not resonate as well as it did here
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>> thanks, tom llamas with donald trump tonight. the other outsider making monumental headlines tonight, the self-described democratic socialist from vermont. with that, abc's david wright who's been at bernie sanders' headquarters all night. david? >> reporter: good evening, juju. from bernie sanders' victory party the crowd here definitely feeling the bern. big victories tonight for sanders and for trump. both candidates in a way flip sides of the same coin. railing against a system that they say is rigged in favor of special interests. one of them railing against billionaires. the other a billionaire himself. there really is only one word to describe tonight's results. say it with me. yooj. >> oh, wow. >> reporter: donald trump is predicted to win the republican primary. the democrat bernie sanders who celebrated tonight by playing hoops with his grandkids. moments earlier hillary clinton
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>> because of a huge voter turnout, and i say yooj -- >> jimmy: >> reporter: the yooj question now, does either of them have a path forward to the nomination? >> we're going to win this south carolina. >> reporter: let's take them one at a time. >> donald trump is seen favorably by a decent portion of republican voters but it's far less than, say, marco rubio and ted cruz. and as candidates drop out we should see some of the other candidates be able to coalesce a larger section of the republican vote and then probably be able to win the nomination. >> reporter: that's why in the republican race the silver and even the bronze medal were just as hotly contested. tonight governor kasich came out of nowhere and is now projected to take second. >> how could any man be so lucky, huh? to have all of you. >> reporter: tonight, third place still too close to project between rubio, bush -- >> you all have reset the race. and for that i am really grateful. >> reporter: -- and cruz. >> and the exact results are unknown. but right now it appears that we
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in the state of new hampshire. >> reporter: each vying to remain viable in what's being called the establishment wing. hoping to topple trump in the contest to come. new hampshire voters are well known to procrastinate when it comes to making up their minds. >> it's how we are in new hampshire. >> reporter: so today governor kasich poured coffee. >> coffee? >> reporter: and waited tables. >> coming through. >> where's table 2? >> reporter: secretary clinton signed posters and smooched. >> oh. >> reporter: while the trump kids were acting like new hampshire's first family. >> hi, everyone. >> reporter: ivanka thanking volunteers at trump headquarters. all in, the candidates spent an astonishing $100 million on campaign ads in new hampshire alone. 80% from republican candidates. with jeb bush and his super pac the biggest spenders. buying ten times more ads than donald trump.
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because i've done it. >> reporter: one out of every three republican ads were pro bush. as far as boots on the ground, new hampshire voters hosted at least 738 official campaign events since the race began. who came here the most? governor kasich. time well spent, it would seem. depending on who ekes out third place, the biggest casualty in new hampshire may be marco rubio. >> i did not do well on saturday night. so listen to this. that will never happen again. [ applause ] >> reporter: referring to saturday night's abc news debate, where rubio repeated that same memorized line from his stump speech over and over again. >> and let's dispel once and for all with this fiction -- >> that bar okay a ack obama doesn't know what he's doing -- >> there it is. the memorized 25-second speech. there it is, everybody. >> reporter: the next day? homemade robots started showing up at rubio's events.
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today rubio's supporters tried to terminate one of them. the big question tonight, did new hampshire voters terminate rubio's candidacy? >> i think the lack of authenticity, that scripted quality really bothered voters, particularly in new hampshire. >> reporter: earlier today, to get a firsthand sense of the mood of the electorate, we went to this small town. this is laconia, new hampshire, population 16,000. the pollsters say this small town is a bellwether. ever since 2000 laconia voters have picked the same first and second-place finishers as the voters in both parties statewide. >> i should say the largest number is probably going with donald trump. >> really? >> reporter: at j.d.'s barber shop owner john down bent my ears about trum as he gave me a trim. >> i like what trump is saying. and he doesn't [ bleep ] around. >> reporter: at my coffee house
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isn't a trump man. >> i don't see how people can trust him. >> reporter: and what do you like about kasich? >> i like what he did in ohio. >> reporter: his co-worker robin fernold clearly voted in the other primary. >> bernie has a majority of the rural votes. >> reporter: why can't hillary get it here? >> you know, i -- >> she's not trusted. at all. >> that's right. she's not trusted. >> i want to begin by congratulating senator sanders on -- >> reporter: today hillary clinton was gracious in defeat suggesting she hopes to be the comeback kid in south carolina -- >> it's not whether you get knocked down that matters. it's whether you get back up. >> reporter: but consider she spent 1.3 million on ads. held 63 events in the grab nite state. consider that she won here in 2008. and consider that her husband
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tonight's loss must hurt. >> unions got behind bernie. young people got behind bernie. people who are frustrated with hillary clinton got behind bernie. >> reporter: in the waning days of new hampshire she was already looking ahead to south carolina, where black voters make up more than half the primary electorate. she's debuted this new campaign ad. >> when african-americans are more likely to be arrested by police and sentenced to longer prison terms for doing the same thing that whites do. >> reporter: despite her huge loss in new hampshire the odds are ever in her favor moving forward in these hunger games. >> remember, iowa and new hampshire are very white states. hillary clinton polls very well among african-americans and south carolina's going to be a real test for bernie sanders. can he come anywhere close to hillary clinton in that state? if he can't it's probably good night for him. >> reporter: taken together, the trump and sanders victories suggest an electorate fed up with politics as usual. does the rest of the nation share new hampshire's evident frustration? stay tuned for south carolina
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i'm david wright live for "nightline" in concord, new hampshire. >> we're being joined by our friend abc news political analyst matt dowd. thanks, matt. >> great to be here. >> i hope you fastened your seat belt tonight to watch the results come in. hillary clinton was projected to lose. but you're saying tonight's results are a recelt. >> first i don't think she expected to lose by the margin she lost, which is huge in new hampshire. keep in mind this is a state she won in 2008 against barack obama and now she's come and lost it against bernie sanders. this is going to totally affect the race going forward, which is what is likely to happen is bernie sanders is going to rise coming out of this because of a bump in positive press and then he's going to lead in certain states around the country. so she's in a real fight for the nomination. still favored, but she's going to have to fight this out through march and probably into april. >> because the crowds rise, the fund-raising rises, all of it. what about on the republican side? we see kasich surging. we see jeb bush seemingly
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third. is this a complete unstoppable trump? >> i think this is the perfect storm for donald trump, which is he wins, he exceeds his poll numbers, he wins by double digits, he recovers from a loss and now he has multiple candidates to run against, which is the perfect scenario for him. he doesn't do well if it's one on one. and i think right now donald trump goes into south carolina heavily favored, probably wins, then goes into the march 1st states, still a dominant position. the establishment tonight i think is probably in full-on panic mode because what scenario do they have to put together that is able to stop him? i'm not saying donald trump isn't going to fall if there are mistakes that can be made as we've seen. but i think right now donald trump is theed dominant candidate in this race. >> the results are in and panic ensues. thanks so much, matt dowd, for joining us. >> great to be here. up next, teresa giudice, "real housewives" star of new
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teresa giudice shocked her way to reality stardom on "the real housewives of new jersey." but tonight she's opening up about a very different reality, telling us about her life behind bars. here's abc's amy robach. >> it was definitely living in hell. >> reporter: it's been over a year since teresa giudice went from the extravagant -- >> i'm the queen. >> reporter: -- and hot-tempered -- >> do not break up my family! >> reporter: -- queen of "the real housewives of new jersey" to serving as an inmate at danbury federal correctional institution. in her first tv interview since
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about her life in lockup. did you know you were breaking the law? did you know you were committing a crime? >> definitely not. the government saw it differently. >> reporter: the cameras were there the day teresa and her husband, joe, pled guilty to multiple counts of fraud. >> i'm feeling numb. >> reporter: she says her new reality didn't sink in until she arrived at the facility for an 11 1/2-month stay. what was that first night like? >> i got to my room like at 4:30 in the morning. they opened the lights. i felt so bad for all the girls in the room. they were all really sweet, all the girls. they welcomed me. they helped me make my bed. and that's when i saw the urine stains and -- i mean, the mattress was disgusting. i was xuft exhausted. >> reporter: you didn't care. and i hadn't slept in probably days. >> reporter: she says she didn't break down until she realized she wouldn't be able to talk to her daughters. >> i thought as soon as, you know, when i woke up the next morning i was going to be able to call home and talk to my family. and i wasn't able to.
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money to hit. broken. >> reporter: but giudice adjusted to prison. her tv career prepping her in a small way for life on a cell block. was being in jail like being in the real housewives of danbury? >> i would say ten times worse. i mean, there was actually blood when they had their fights. >> my house reminds me of a french chateau. >> reporter: as a real housewife giudice was used to luxury. their fabulous life funded in part by the fraud that got them into legal trouble. >> fabulous. >> reporter: at danbury the inspiration for "orange is the new black." >> strip. >> reporter: she had next to nothing. >> your life was stripped down to the bare minimum. no nail polish. no makeup. no purses, fancy clothes. >> the only thing i cared about was my hair color. >> reporter: oh. how did you do that? >> they sold it on the commissary. >> reporter: really? >> yeah. revlon number 41. and i still have been using it since i got home. and everyone loves my hair
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and even had a nickname. hollywood? >> oh, hollywood. that's what they k5u8d me. hollywood better not be telling on us. meanwhile, i would never. >> reporter: snitching isn't a good thing in prison. >> no rats and no snitches. >> reporter: there were rumors floating around that you had a bodyguard. >> this one girl with dreadlocks wanted to be my -- she wanted to be my bodyguard. i was like i'm good, thank you. >> reporter: while she may have flipped tables in the past -- she found work wiping them down at danbury. >> i had a job in the kitchen three days a week, wednesday, thursday, friday. that was my job. i loved my job. >> reporter: you did? >> yeah. i got paid 12 cents an hour. and my first paycheck was $1.60. >> reporter: when she wasn't working, she was working out. yoga? you found yoga in prison? >> yes. i love yoga. and i was able to exercise three times a day. when are you ever able to exercise three times a day? >> never. >> yes. >> hello? >> hi, honey. >> hi, baby, how are you? >> reporter: giudice kept up
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phone calls as seen on the bravo special "teresa checks in." >> hi, gia. >> hey, mom. >> hi, sweetheart. how are you? >> reporter: her favorite moments, the brief hours she would get to visit with her family. this one photographed by "us weekly." >> the first visit was the hardest. we were all -- you know, when we said good-bye, that was the hardest. but then after that they were being strong. but joe broke down every single time. and like you would look at him-u don't think that he would. >> like i'm the one in prison. >> right. >> hi, honey. welcome home. >> reporter: bravo captured the tear-filled moments of her homecoming. >> when i first got home i felt it was like a dream. i'm like am i really here? >> what was it like seeing joe? >> oh, it was amazing. oh, my god. couldn't keep his hands off of me. >> it had been a long time. >> yes. >> reporter: except for giudice's oldest daughter gia the children don't know the true story behind their mom's nearly year-long absence. she told them she was doing research for a book. >> say hi to amy. >> i told them mommy has to go to work and i have to live a
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>> yes. to write a book. i just don't want them to hear it. >> and you were able to protect them them. >> when they get older mommy will explain everything to them. >> reporter: she did in fact write a book, "turning the tables: from housewife to inmate and back again." and she says she'll continue to live under the limelight. you write about in the book some of the bad experiences you've experienced with the paparazzi. but then why continue with the "real housewives" series? why write a book? why stay in the spotlight? >> it's my life now. it's what i know. and i live in new jersey. i don't live in hollywood. so the paparazzi's not always staked out at my house. >> reporter: as of now she says the family's finances are back in order. where do things stand right now? you get to keep your home, yes? >> correct. not in foreclosure any longer, thank you god. and our restitution's paid off. >> reporter: but legal trouble still looms on the horizon. joe will begin his 41-month sentence in march. the couple was allowed by the
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consecutively. but joe also faces possible deportation to italy. >> would you move to italy with the girls if that ended up becoming reality? >> we're just taking one day at a time. >> reporter: for the moment the giudices are enjoying the little things. together again under one roof. >> love, love, love, love you. >> reporter: for "nightline" i'm amy robach in new jersey. >> and we'll be right back with a wrap-up of the results out of new hampshire. stay with us. >> announcer: abc news "nightline." brought to you by red lobster. ith even more lobster? you get hungry. and you count the seconds until red lobster's lobsterfest is back with the largest variety of lobster dishes of the year. like new dueling lobster tails with one tail stuffed with crab, and the other with langostino lobster mac-and-cheese, it's a party on a plate! and you know every bite of 'lobster lover's dream' lives up to its name. hey, eating is believing. so stop dreaming and start eating.
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