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i tell you what, what do we really want to thank, right? we want to thank the people of new hampshire, right? do we love the people of new hampshire? you know, i said it and i said it even a year ago i said i'm going to do really well there because i'm here a lot. for viewers joining us now on c w 56 you're watching donald trump the republican winner of the new hampshire primary on 7 news at 10. and then all of sudden we started getting numbers in and everyone said, how come they like trump so much. but have so many friends up here, and they are special, special people. so new hampshire, i want to thank you. we love you. we're going to back a lot. we're not going to forget you.
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remember, you started it. you know when i came out i heard the end of bernie's speech and some of the beginning, no. no, first of all congratulations to bernie, in all fairness we have to congratulate him. we may not like it but i heard parts of bernie's speech he wants to give away our country, folks. he wants to give away, we're not going to let it happen. we're not going to let it happen. i don't know where it's going with bernie. we wish him a lot of luck but we're going to make america great again. we're going to do i the old fashioned way. we're going to beat china and ja. beat mexico. and we're going to beat all of these countries that are taking so much of our money away from us. on a daily basis. it's not going to happen any more. we have at greatest business people right now in the world. they call me all time. they want to be involved. we have a political hacks negotiating our deals for billions and billions and
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we're going to use the finest business people in the world. we are going to do something so good and so fast and so strong, and the world is going to respect us again. believe me. [ applause ] we're going to -- do we love our country? do we love our country? i think one of the that things really caught on is self funding my campaign. everybody on both sides, and you know i was saying two weeks ago i don't think people really appreciated because i see all this money being poured into commercials and it's not their money it's special interest money. and this is on both sides republican side democrat side money just pouring into commercials.
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these are lobbyist that don't necessarily love our country. they don't have best interest of our country at heart. happen. we can't-- we have to do something about it. when you see, when you see the kind of deals made in our country, a lot of those deals are made because the politicians aren't so stupid. they are making them for their benefit. we have to stop it. we have to stop it. we are now going to make it for your benefit, we're going to people. that's the way it is. [ cheering ] now very, i love this, look at you. look at you. i love these signs. most imaginative signs. so look, in a nutshell, we're going to make great trade deals. we're going rebuild our military. going to so big, so strong so powerful, nobody, nobody is going mess with us.
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nobody. we are going to take care of our vets. where is al? where is al? we love al. all right, al? get up here if you can. we're going to take care of our vets, and vets are treated horribly. they are our greatest people. our vets are going to take care of you remember that that everybody. we're going to a to have a strong incredible borders. and people are going to a come into our country, but they are going to come into our country legally. they are going to come in legally. we're going to a build a wall. it's going to to be built. it's not even a difficult thing to do. by the way for the people of new hampshire where you have a tremendous problem with heroin ask drugs you wouldn't even
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you see this place and you so beautiful. a tremendous problem. first thing always that they mentioned to me mr. trump please do something the drugs heroin it's pouring in and so cheap. because there's so much of it and kids are getting stuck. other people are getting stuck. we're going to end it we're going to end it at the southern border. it's going to be over. and we're going to work and work really hard that to get those people so addicted off habit. we're going look like hell to take care of situation. it's a huge problem in new hampshire. a huge problem all over our country. we're going to have borders again and we're going to work with you people to help you solve that very big problem.
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[ cheering ] , top of this book thousands of people that can't even get in. that's what we have. thousands of people. healthcare and we're going to repeal and replace obamacare. it is a total disaster. we're repealing and replacing obamacare. it's gone. we're getting rid of common core. we're going to educate our children locally. we educate our children leakally. we're going to a preserve our very sacred second amendment. it's not going to be any chipping away at our second amendment. if we had protection in california recently and so many other places, you could even look to paris. paris has the toughest gun laws in the world. france has the toughest gun laws
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these animals go in, they start shooting one, two, three, 130 people with many people horribly wounded, horribly wounded right now in the hospital. if there were bullets going in the other direction, believe me it would have been a whole different story, folks. but nobody had protection. [ applause ] i am going to be the greatest jobs president that god ever created. remember that. which don't believe those phone numbers when you hear 4.9 and 5 percent unemployment. the numbers probably 28, 29 as high as 35 and in fact, i even heard recently 42 percent. do you think we'd have gatherings like this if we had,
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dollar mark. we're within a very shortly be a budget. wreer going to make our country so strong. again. we don't win any more. as a country. we don't win on trade, we don't win with the military. we can't beat isis. we don't win with anything. we are going to start winning again. and we're going to win so much you're going to be so happy. we are going to make america so great again, maybe greater than ever before. thank you. thank you. thank you, new hampshire. carolina. carolina. i love you all, thank you. thank you, thank you very much. >> and there is the winner of the gop race here in new hampshire donald trump.
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surprise second a good night for i don't know john kasich >> we're all happen because they are not driving tomorrow. >> but how about my family. emma and reese and of course my great wife. here in new hampshire i have to tell you no way i would have gone forward with this campaign, if it wasn't for john sununu. great senator john sununu. [ applause ] >> he is so much a great partner so smart and so disciplined. and he's, he's just a great, great friend of mine. we also want to spend a little
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gordon humphrey. how can you ever win, and then, you know, things are just, we're walking in a total obscurity up here. and gordon humphrey sends me an email. he says this hot plate to change the world. guys are sleeping on mattresses in the campaign headquarters and they hold up a hot plate where they are eating their food. that's how you win elections. that's how you do it. and of course our great friend tom. former attorney general he's been one the best guys. where is tom? [ cheering ] [ applause ] >> 17 years ago i came here. and you know, i thought things were going okay. you know, wasn't getting a lot of attention. was standing in the kitchen and
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chairperson here. likes me. after about 15 minutes she looked at her watch and she said when will the candidate get here, can you tell us? but guy that stuck with me for 17 years, bruce. where is bruce? i want to tell you, and this is, i mean there's just no way to say this appropriately, when media kept saying how are you going to do this? you know can you finish high? you know what i said is this i have an insurance policy. it's you. it's all of you. how does a guy like me thank you
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calls, door knocking, some of you have come from of course our buckeye state. some have come from-- [ cheering ] >> some have come from virginia. and some have come from maryland and new york and connecticut. and today all the way from seattle. all the way from seattle. and guy new haven. okay. guy flew in from london, england to do this. >> you know. on. and that i'm not sure that anybody can quite understand. there's magic in the air with this campaign. we don't see this as just another k578 pain we this as an opportunity for all of us, i mean all of us to be involved in something bigger than our own lives. to change america, to reshine america, to restore the spirit
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to leave no one behind. am i right? that's what we're all fighting for. [ cheering ] [ applause ] you know, something big happened tonight. and let me tell you what it is. let me tell you what it is. we've had tens and tens of millions of dollars spent against us with negative advertising, okay? we have. we've had tens of millions. see that's the old politician politics. we never went negative we have more good to sell than to spend our time being critical of
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[ cheering ] >> maybe just maybe, in time when clearly change is in the air, maybe just maybe we're turning the page on a dark part of the american politics. because tonight the light overcame the darkness of negative campaigning. [ cheering ] and you made it happen. you made it happen. you made it happen. [ cheering ] [ applause ] well you know we're conservatives here we believe government is last resort and not as a first resort. as i like to talk about at strength of our country.
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home, which is the family we know family is only strong when the foundation is strong. and that's why we will wake up every single day to make sure that every american has a job in the united states of america to neighbors. [ cheering ] [ applause ] and when i'm president of the united states-- [ cheering ] >> first of all, you know, we're going to have a battering ram to knock down the walls of the city if they don't want to change. it's what i've done all of my lifetime. but here's what we're going to tell people, i believe. you think about it and i hope you agree. we're going to solve the problems in america not by being extreme, not by being first the republican or democrat. but reminding everybody that we
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shining up america and fixing our problems. fixing our problems. this campaign changed me. people of new hampshire. wonderful people of new hampshire have changed me and i want to tell you how it happened. i don't know, you know, i don't know if it happened in the first 25 town halls or the second 25 or the third 25. but as we got closer and closer to that those hundred town halls 106 that we finally finished on, people for some reason were able to come to these town halls, and feel safe. ayman came the other day and he was crying at the end of the
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around me and said my son's got cancer. warn him. i said sir, it's sad. it's a tragedy. it's terrible. but it's not your fault. he communicated to somebody the other day and said, that conversation lifted a weight off his shoulders. he came from new york to tell me his story. and some of you remember the woman that was sitting way up in the seats and she told the story of her daughter who had been sick from being a child. and she felt all alone. and i asked her to come down. i hugged that woman. and we all cried a little bit that night. and i, not long ago, at one big town halls of a lady sitting in the back after we had gone through the mechanics of fighting drugs, she brought in
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she talked about her 31-year-old daughter who had 11 months sober. and i looked around the room and said can you imagine how hard it is to be a mom who at one point just held that little baby in her arms to have to wake up every day and ask the good lord and good lord is listening, to have her daughter recover. now when you are in settings like that you begin to learn something. there are too many people in america who don't feel connected. they've got victories that no one celebrates with them. and they have defeats and pain sometimes that they have to absorb themselves. i tell you what i really think we need, we need this economic growth and the job creation. but at the heart and soul of the united states of america, the
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little mckeys, rocks where a father carried mail and a stuck his nose into everybody's business and brought joy in time triumph and able to be on step and cry with them when they lost somebody they loved, you see that's the america that i know. where we slow down our lives. we slow down our lives and let's just leave this hall tonight and i would ask you to just reflect on this. because you see we're all made to change the world. we're all made to be a part of the healing of this world. and if we would just slow down, and by the way, heal the divisions within our own families. be willing to listen to the person that lives next door. when you're in such a hurry to get out of the driveway. oh such a hurry to get out of the shopping center. just slow down. look them in the eye. give them a hug. you see it doesn't take government.
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the hearts to change america. and in this campaign i've become convinced even more about what it takes to win a political campaign. and what it takes for somebody to be a leader. it's not just what's up here in the head, it's also what's deep in here in the heart. and the people of new hampshire have taught me a lesson. and from this day forward i'm going to go slower and spend my time listening and healing and helping and bringing people together [ cheering ]
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>> now,-- [ cheering ] now listen, folks. i know networks want to go. you know, bernie talked so long i thought he was going to hit his 77th birthday before he got off the stage. and i mean, hillary you just needed this much and head to south carolina, because it ain't working here. it's not working here. ist not going to work here next fall either. because i'm coming back to new hampshire. [ cheering ] i'll how can any man be so
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to have all of you to be so happy about life and family and the fact that the lord's blessed me. we are at the beginning of this campaign season. tonight we head to south carolina and we will move through south carolina all across this country and we'll end up in the midwest. you just wait, let me tell you, there's so much going to happen. if you don't have a seatbelt, go [ cheering ] >> thank you all very much. god bless you. all right. you've watching republican runner up in new hampshire primary ohio governor john kasich pulling out pack of 4 to claim that number 2 spot. big night for john kasich. we understand right now the chris christie has taken the podium. i think he's in the number 4 or 5 spot. numbers are changing with 56 percent reporting. let's listen.
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over the course of the last number of months. she has, let's give it up foresee foresee, and last but certainly not least the man who stood forward and became our campaign chairman in this state, no one worked harder for us, more loyal to us, nor will we owe a greater debt than to our chairman wayne mcdonald. wayne, thank you very much. [ applause ] >> we dame to new hampshire to bring a message. there's mooing more porn that the safety and security of the american people. and next president of united states must pay much more attention to that than the current one has. we came to new hampshire to say that the government needs to once again work for the people, no the people work for the government.
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education should not put our children in debt for the next 20 or 30 years of their life. we have to do better than that as a country for the next generation. >> all right we're going to switch over and go to texas senator ted cruz coming up from ohio and first mace win not case here obviously let's listen in. >> we made history tonight. you, the good people of new hampshire, and our volunteers from all across this nation have made history tonight. [ applause ] our state chairman speaker bill o'brien, senator bob smith [ applause ] >> executive counselor dave wheeler and our state director ethan [ applause ]
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and the exact results are unknown. but right now it appears that we are effectively tied for third in the state of new hampshire. [ applause ] [ cheering ] in a that was result that all of us were told was impossible. together, we have done what pundits and media said could not be done. [ applause ] . and what the washington establishment desperately hoped would not be done. [ cheering ] [ cheering ] >> one week ago all media predicted we would lose the
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>> well they were wrong. [ cheering ] >> i had opposed the ethanol mandate taking on washington and corporate welfare. my opponents attacked me. promising even more cronyism. and lobbyists spent millions of our campaign. and yet the people of iowa put their country first, they put their children first. [ cheering ] and then this week, history repeated itself. once again, the talking heads of the washington insiders kerr confident that our wave of support would braeshg rock of the granite state. conservative we're told could not do well in the state of new hampshire we were told that over
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and tonight men and women here and all across the great state proved them wrong. [ cheering ] [ applause ] i want to congratulate donald trump on an an impressive win tonight. and john kasich had a good night tonight. but the real winner, the real winner is the conservative grassroots. [ cheering ] who propelled us to an
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stronger result and outcome in number than anyone had predicted. now we go on to south carolina. the palmetto state. and you know, what liberals may find south carolina far less hospitable environment. and on to nevada and super tuesday the so-called s ec primary. [ applause ] [ cheering ] >> and the voters will have a choice. do we want a campaign conservative, someone who talks a good game but hasn't walked
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or do we want a consistent conservative with a proven record? in iowa, and new hampshire, and all across the nation, we're seeing the old reagan coalition coming together. [ cheering ] [ applause ] conservatives and evangelical and libertarians, young people, and reagan democrats, especially, especially reagan democrats, blue collar working class voters of democratic party has abandoned. if republicans are going to win in november 2016 and we have to win for the sake of our kids and our grandkids, if we're going to
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the reagan democrats. and to do so, we must stand unequivocally against amnesty. [ cheering ] we cannot win by nominating a candidate with same policy on amnesty as hillary clinton. [ cheering ] we need to be unequivocally against obamacare. kweek not winner bhi nominating a candidate with same policy on obamacare as bernie sanders.
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more neils. we don't need more can pit lags and surrender to harry reid and nancy pelosi and barack obama. we need a proven principled leader who stands with the people. we want ted, we want ted, we want ted, we want ted. >> we must-- [ cheering ] >> we must defend the constitution.
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religious liberty. and always defend the second amendment right to keep and bear arms. we need supreme court justice who will faithfully apply the constitution. and because of tonight, the voters will have a clear choice. we're here today because of each and every one of you. and because of over 200,000 volunteers nationwide. we're here today because of over 800,000 contributions people
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[ cheering ] >> who has the judgment, the temperament, the experience, the knowledge, the clarity of vision and strength of resolve to stand by our friends and allies and to defeat our enemies to defeat radical islamic terrorism? [ cheering ] iowa and new hampshire together have gone to a long, long way to answering that question. thank you, new hampshire, for tonight's results. [ cheering ] your victory
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kartell utterly terrified. and so now on to south carolina, on to nevada, on to super tuesday. we put washington on the run. and tonight's outcome is a victory for we the people. [ cheering ] and this election, this primary and this general election in november 2016 will be a victory for the hard working men and women who want to believe again in the promise of america against the bipartisan corruption of washington which mark my words,
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[ applause ] thank you. god bless, new hampshire and god bless each and every one of you. >> fresh off a win of the iowa caucuses texas senator ted cruz thanks his supporters currently in third place in the new hampshire primary tonight. but followed very closely by florida governor jeb bush and florida senator mitt romney marco rubio. there break news chris christie announce thing they will be going back to new jersey tonight. they will wait for all of the precincts to report and it will be later tonight or perhaps early tomorrow that kri christy will decide if he continues his pursuit of a gop presidential nomination.
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>> welcome back to manchester, news station's live coverage of a first in nation primary. thanks for joining everybody i'm kim khazei. great to be with i'm adam williams we're live m man chest area voters send a strong message to a candidates and res country watch it didn't take along for trump to be declared winner. seconds after polls close, and nbc news called race for trump.
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of republican field you can see some surprises. ohio governor john kasich in second with 16 percent right now. big winner from iowa senator ted cruz in third place with 12 percent. you heard from him moments ago former florida governor jeb bush marco rubio are right behind cruise with about 11 and 10 percent their respectively. rounding out republicans chris christie ben carson and carly fiorina each with less than 8 percent there. governor christy just telling the crowd that he's heading back to new jest to make a decision about the future of his campaign. >> mary pat and i, spoke tonight and we've decided that we're going to go home to new jersey tomorrow. and we're going to take a deep breath. see what the final results are tonight. because that matters. whether we're six the or fifth. and exactly how all final votes will be counted. so many new hampshire residents came out to vote today its going
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we want to see exact what wents we will go to new jersey oh wait. tomorrow afternoon we should know what vote count is it will allow us to make a decision about how we move good from here in this race. sit? south carolina in hotel room to hear that. we'll go home, we haven't been home for two weeks. we actually get a change of clothes. >> on the democratic side, a huge win for bernie sanders after that close call in iowa. sanders' huge lead in tracking poll stayed intact here on primary day taking a look at the numbers there. and umbrella asee here sanders well in front of hillary clinton. he gets 59 percent of the vote to clinton's 39 percent. we have a team of reporters spread out across the granite state getting reaction from the candidates and analyzing the impact of tonight's results. let's get started with at night team's kimberly bookman live in sanders' headquarters with more
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>> kim, you know this was not surprise win. in fact in hours leading up to the polls closing we were told by campaign that senator sanders was very calm. go ahead and take look at this video. you can see just how calm he was in fact, he actually took some time to shoot hoops at his campaign headquarters playing basketball with his children and grandchildren as the results came in. before speaking to supporters sanders and his wife jane watched returns on tv sets in the concorde high school gym. to a roaring crowd bernie sanders took stage it wouldn't a sanders speech without him speak political revolution. before he laid out everything he stands for he thank all people to throw their support behind them. sanders said it accept message from maine to california that government belongs to all the people. >> tonight with what appears to
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out, [ cheering ] because of a huge voter turn out. i say huge. we won. >> and then sanders did something very unusual. he said been new hampshire for new york city not for a fancy raiser he would want to hold one here tonight asking all supporters to donate to his campaign. then he thank hillary clinton ask he says he hopes they are able to continue having an issues oriented campaign from this point forward. he acknowledged it won't easy. he says there will be critics he believes everything will be thrown at him including kitchen sink. but then he ended saying he's very hopeful even talking about when he goes to the white house. reporting live from concorde, new hampshire kimberly bookman.
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to winner of the republican race, a strong win for donald trump and also right in line with our polling. not a surprise. >> exactly 20 points ahead of john kasich right now. he told his supporters he's ready to take his campaign to new heights. dawn hausle live in trump headquarters how he reacted to tonight's win. dan. >> well no surprises as you mention there. just the way when you're 20 points ahead you want it. that's what donald trump got tonighthe came and talked to packed small banquet hall with people overflowing into parking lot as well thank many family members first and thanked supporter and also thanked campaign staff. but he went into his speech about making america great again. talking about his usual speeches of immigration, hitting that hard again. talked about building the wall and finished with some of those familiar phrase that is his
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>> we are going to do something so good and so fast and so strong and the world is going to respect us again. believe me. we are going to a start winning again. and we're going to win so much you're going to be so happy. we are going to make america so great again, maybe greater than ever before. i love you all, thank you new hampshire. thank you. thank you new hampshire. thank you. >> trump specifically a his campaign manager. from lowell who graduated from umass lowell pointing out they had ground game they might not have a that they didn't have in iowa that failed them. that was the difference. remember in iowa he did not meet expectation and for are a week or mo there was question was his support celebrity would they stay home as they did in iowa in granite state?
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were expected. live in the trump rally, dan hausle, 7 news night team. >> so in this race for the white house, we have seen the candidates go through iowa, and now through new hampshire. now focus turns to nevada and south carolina. and we've learned that hillary clinton has left new hampshire already on a plane heading out of manchester's airport. now supporters for hillary clinton will be asking what went wrong with sanders officially scoring such a ringing endorsement from people of new hampshire. specifically women and young voters. let's get to byron barnet live at clinton headquarters with what they are saying about the loss tonight. byron. >> well, i talked to some of the campaign insiders who say that this big huge turnout definitely worked to bernie sanders's advantage. there were big huge turn outs in college towns, in durham, and hanover, and one case we understand a thousand people registered in one day. those are those young people who
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as for hillary clinton, she came in here tonight, and really gave a speech. she took stage with her family to do something they had never had to do before make concession speech in new hampshire. she was upbeat and fiery saying she plans to press on with her message held back by bigotry or income inequality. campaign says looking ahead to the next primaries in caucuses especially in march. the campaign officials say unlike iowa and new hampshire, the march states are more diverse demographically and plato clinton's strengths. here's what she said to a fired up crowd. >> when people anywhere in america are held bye-bye injustice that demands action. that is why i believe so strongly that we have to keep up with every fiber of our being the argument for the campaign
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as women, human rights as gay rights. human rights as worker rights. human rights as voting rights. human rights across the board for every single american. >> again, there was disappointment here, but not shock. the campaign officials say they saw this coming with the inside exit polls. one of the campaign insiders was pointing out that they hillary clinton lost to a neighbor, someone who was come from next door in vermont which has happened before. here in the new hampshire primary, they also said that he thought that bernie sanders did a better job focussing on just one issue income inequality. that's where they think he had upper hand here. but again they are moving oh on to states in march more diverse, states where they think that will plato clinton's strengths. clinton as we've been told is left new hampshire. she's on her way home to new york. then tomorrow she's going to be going off to wisconsin for a
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and then on thursday, on thursday debate and on friday, she'll be in south carolina. that's latest live here in clinton headquarters i'm byron barnet, 7 news nights team. >> okay, byron. we'll take our attention back to the republicans now here in new hampshire donald trump running away with first. race for second has also be called ohio governor john kasich surging into second late push from undecided voters we now know where those votes have gone. bron done gunnoe is loo live. obviously his campaign must be feeling pretty good the results tonight, brandon. >> oh, absolutely. i think we can all agree that governor john kasich's campaign really received, what was it week ago he was way down in the polls here in new hampshire. and then tonight, he comes off second place and rep side of new hampshire primary. big jolt for this campaign can you sich came out to packed
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congratulating donald trump who got few boos. he said light overcame darkness his speech was rather personal. he accidented like adult in room he has experience, not only in ohio but in the house. they simply feel they say he's not a politics, rather just a politician but a states man as well. >> and maybe, maybe just maybe, in a time when clearly changes in the air, maybe just maybe we're turning the page on a dark part of american politics. because tonight, the light overcame the darkness of negative campaigning. that you made it happen. you made it happen you made it happen. you made it happen.
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they said kasich bus already in south carolina. but they say kasich and lot of his team and about 40 journalists going to board charter plane a midnight tonight to head to south carolina so john kasich will be sleeping in south carolina tonight. that's latest from the kasich headquarters in concorde, i'm brandon gunnoe. you know early polls suggested that it could have been senator marco rubio. he wand to be that guy. not how it turned out so clearly even though he actually has ballroom we heard roar of support for marco rubio a disappointing night for rubio. absolutely. in fact he now dropped into fifth place not final yet but now behind cruz and bush. they've sort battling it out for that third position. but again in fifth place right now. he did just address the crowd. so let's listen to what rubio had to say tonight. here in new hampshire you did a phenomenal job.
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i'm grateful to you. now we don't we're still watching these numbers. we'll see where it winds up i can tell you i know many people disappointed, i'm disappointed with tonight. i want you to understand but i want you to understand something. i want you to understand something. our disappointment tonight is not on you. it's on me. it's on me. i did not, i did not do well on saturday night so listen to this, that will never happen again. that will never happen again. [ cheering ] [ applause ] >> and let me tell you why. let me tell you why. let me tell you why it will never happen again. it's not about me. it's not about this campaign, it about this election. about what is at stake in this election. for the last 7 years we have a
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country. tremendous damage. we have a president who is trying to redefine the relationship between government and our economy. taking over our healthcare system. every solution to every problem is a tax increase. we have a president that's doing damage and undermining the constitution. waging war on the second amendment. undermining religious liberties. we have a president that is doing damage to america standing in the world. a president who views us air gant country that needed to be country down to size and guts our military and betrays our allies. in this election what we have to decide are we going to keep doing this? because we will keep doing this if hillary clinton is elected. this is what will continue to happen if bernie sanders is elected. if they win, all of the damage barack obama has done to america, it become permanent. that's why they cannot win.
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that's why we must win this election. and we will win this election. you know, our exclusive 7 news umass lowell fracking poll has so interesting to watch over the last week or so. and also how accurate it was on so many levels. so our coverage from new hampshire will continue with more analysis of this important vote. political editor andy hiller will be joining us to breakdown tonight's results. what do they mean when we we live in a pick and choose world. choose, choose, choose. but at bedtime? ...why settle for this? enter sleep number, and the ultimate sleep number event, going on now. sleepiq technology tells you how well you slept and what adjustments you can make. you like the bed soft. he's more hardcore. so your sleep goes from good to great to wow! only at a sleep number store. right now save 50% on the ultimate limited edition bed.
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we've been tracking the opinions of voters for the past week in our exclusive 7 news umass lowell tracking poll every day. we've received new numbers. so we talked about surprises within each of the campaigns but what about our numbers? let's check in with our political editor andy hiller. andy, your reaction to your results so far? we're curious to hear. let me tell you number you might not expect to hear. it's 1969. because in 1969, i heard the expression for the first time that i have thought throughout tonight. power to the people. that's what happened here. the people's candidates the populists won. establishment candidates lost but the parties each of them are still very divided. the republicans are divided one way. democrats are divided another way. all that unites themmist mistrust of government. dr. josh you've been our polster
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>> one the of the first things we talked about when we start this tracking poll is distrust in government drives support for sanders on democratic side and for trump on the republican side. and really the message that unites hem is a fund mention distrust in the establishment, and an anger at what's happening in washington. >> and you yet what both sides want is so different that it's very difficult to see how you put america back together again. it's like when things get so far apart and they meet back on other side. i hope we're here when they meet back. that would be my reaction adam and kim. >> all right andy i think we have 30 seconds here for the end of this hour. we will continue our coverage but we heard that chris christie is evaluating his future in the morning. do you think he drops out and will anyone else? >> well let me help governor christy evaluate. he can drop out. and so can carly fiorina and ben carson. they can get their points on
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they really don't have much reason to go on. >> all right. so that is 7 news at 10 for our viewers on wlvicw 56. but on channel 7 more election coverage straight ahead. 7 news at 11 starts right now. >> tonight in new hampshire, the outsiders are in. thank you, new hampshire. >> and for the republicans a surprise surge into second. we won fair and square but i beat him in dixville notch. results are in and the night team is on. 7 news at 11 starts now. and what a night in new hampshire. donald trump trumps. winning the gop primary here. polls, beating his closest opponent by more than double.
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