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liar and a whiner on twitter. up 21 points, the state is donald trump's to lose. bush knows it and so does trump. >> let me tell you. he's not going anywhere. >> reporter: trump takes the stage here in just about half an house, and right now this room is just about half full. new hampshire is a fiercely independent state. it is one that is known to surprise, and although donald trump is up by a lot here, i will leave with you this, lester.
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early on sunday told me that they were going to go see john kasich. >> all right. katy tur, thanks. let's go back to marco rubio. he's brushing off broad criticism that have saturday debate performance when he was called out for repeating the same talking point about president obama four times in the span of a few minutes. i joined him on the trail here in new hampshire this morning where he acknowledges relative success in iowa has opened him up for attack here. what's it like to have a big fat target on your back? don't you feel that what i >> it's part of the process. when you have a target it means you're doing something well. >> hi, how are you. >> reporter: could marco rubio's debate moment change all that? for the past two days it's been hard to miss. senator, we're sitting in a diner and on tv they are talking about you. >> let's dispel once and for all with this fiction that barack obama doesn't know what he's doing. let's dispel with the fiction that barack obama doesn't know what he's doing snow repeated the same thing four times. >> i'll say it again. barack obama is trying to change america and he's doing damage to this country with those changes.
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none of the things that has happened are accidents. obamacare was not an accident. dodd/frank is not an accident. >> reporter: but in repeating it over and over again it played to this notion that your critics have, some of your opponents, that you are a bit contrived, that you're rehearsed. >> that's silly, and people understand when they are running for office are going to say whatever they need to say. chris christie has a very liberal record, right? he supported gun control. he supported planned parenthood and wrote them a personal check. he endorsed. sonia sotomayor so if you're a candidate you don't want to talk about that. you want to figure out something else so that's what they will do and the media is always looking for something new and interesting to cover. for voters, 9 republican voters agree with what i'm saying. >> reporter: marco robot, to see a headline that you checked. >> that's just part of the pros semnoz doesn't bother you? was it your finest performance? >> in our website we raised more money in the first hour that have debate than all the other debates. >> reporter: governors who are your opponents talk about the
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charge of something as opposed to, you know, being on the legislative side as a senator. what do you respond? what's your response? >> that they have zero experience on foreign policy, none. jeb bush has no foreign policy experience. >> reporter: how deep is your foreign policy? >> more than any of them, member of the intelligence committee for five years and going through some of the most sensitive information this government has. i have more foreign policy and national security experience than everybody else on that debate stage the other night combined. >> reporter: your third place showing in iowa, strong third place, has put a lot of expectations on you in terms of going forward here. what does that mean in terms of what happens in new hampshire? what is your bar? >> every state is different. you have donald trump that's consistently been in first place now since june or july. he's the clear front-runner. we'll do well here. we have a good team here. when it's all said and done and the delegates are counted up we'll have more than half of them and we'll the nominee of that i remain 100% convinced >> reporter: conversation with marco rubio over a cup of coffee this morning. let's turn now to chuck todd,
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moderator of "meet the press." chuck, you've got bill clinton on the attack, trump getting personal with voters, rubio's debate performance. are we seeing anything late in the game that's dramatically shifting the dynamic? >> reporter: i think what's amazing is how jumbled everything is on the republican side, and new hampshire is no longer going to serve of as the state we thought it would. we thought it was going to be the state that would winnow this republican field. i think now because of the rubio debate performance, even if he does still finish second, his opponents all believe he has a glass jaw and want another crack at him in south carolina.
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fact, s s they still don't know whether zika can be transmitted through saliva and urine and also continue to believe mosquito control efforts should prevent a widespread outbreak in the u.s. tom costello, nbc news, washington. investigators have released potential key evidence in the bombing of a passenger plane over somalia, a video that they
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of the bomb that later blasted a hole in the fuselage. nbc's keir simmons shows us what's on the tape. >> reporter: the new video shows two men cooley walking through an airplane. they appear to be airport staff, one carrying what looks like a laptop, but authorities now believe that laptop was likely a bomb, and this is the moment they hand it to an alleged suicide bomber. the result, a hole blasted in the side of a commercial airliner tuesday. the body of the alleged bomber ejected from the plane by the explosion. was this the work of people who worked at the airport? >> reporter: well, one of the people who works at the airport we are investigating. >> reporter: investigators working with a team of americans have arrested 20 people. some aviation security experts say it shows the risk from workers inside airports, even in the u.s. >> i believe we don't have
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the inside, and i think that's a problem, and i think it's something that immediate action needs to be taken on. >> reporter: alleged bomber was booked on a cancelled turkish airlines flight. he took a later plane. had the bomb gone off later at a higher altitude, the explosion may have killed everyone on board. keir simmons, nbc news, london. still ahead tonight, are you one of the millions of americans who take heartburn medicine? a new study shows that reflux relief comes from a serious risk of a potentially life-threatening disease. it was had a matchup of peyton with advil, you'll ask what backache? what sore wrist? what headache? what bad shoulder? advil makes pain a distantmemory. nothing works faster stronger or longer than advil
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tonight a new warning about some of the most popular prescription drugs in america, treating heartburn and acid reflux. they are now also sold over the counter. while it's already known they are linked to a risk of fractures and infections, now a new study finds they can have another serious side effect. nbc's anne thompson has the details. >> can't afford to let heartburn get in the way? >> reporter: stopping heartburn is big business. >> zero heartburn. >> reporter: sold as nexium, prilosc and prevacid more than 15 million americans shelled out more than $10 billion in 2013 for the prescription versions of these drugs cold proton pump inhibitors. now a new study from johns hopkins says the acid-reducing
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chronic kidney disease 20% to 50%. cleveland clinic kidney specialist is treating kim hinkel. >> kim had normal kidney nunks in march and bloodwork in august showed kidney function down to 30%. >> reporter: kim was taking one of the over-the-counter versions. on a hunch the doctor had kim stop, and her kidneys improved. >> i was lucky it was caught early, and that we can do something about it. >> reporter: for over-the-counter acid reducers the fda recommends they be used for 14 days and no more than three times a year. for the prescription versions, the package insert recommends for most conditions the pills be taken for up to eight weeks. >> pills are not the only answer. food is the answer. >> reporter: this doctor prescribes the drugs but insist his patients also avoid acidic vote like chocolate, berries and caf fine for 28 days. >> you can change your diet and reduce acid production, and
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the clock is ticking to rescue the more than 100 people to still be believed to be trapped after the powerful earthquake in taiwan. four more were pulled from the rubble today including an 8-year-old girl who was trapped for more than 60 hours. more than 30 people are confirmed dead, but officials warn that total could top 100. 112 million people watched the denver broncos beat the carolina panthers last night in super bowl 50. peyton manning celebrated today with his kids and a parade at disneyland. on the "today" show manning side stepped questions over whether
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finally month, when it comes to campaign felto-ops people here in new hampshire have seen it all, from the candid to the crazy and now the cuddly. nbc's peter alexander tells us about a fuzzy face who is quite the sensation on the campaign trail. >> reporter: it's only fitting that the granite state forms the bedrock of american campaigns. this year red and blue are united behind pink in darren garnish's hands. show meet goods. >> this is dino, and he's really proven to me how special the new hampshire primary is. >> reporter: call it the dinosaur primary. one man's non-partisan pursuits snapping photos of as many presidential hopefuls as possible posing with his
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his approach. >> i have a campaign good luck charm. would you like to pose with it. >> reporter: can't say no to that. >> >> nobody did. >> reporter: candidates and personalities matters as much as what comes out of the mouth. this is the chris christie, like with confidence did, the one arm with confidence. this is the rick perry, the governor of texas. held it up like it was a dead fish. >> reporter: then there's cruz's cradle and carson's wide grin. kasich mistook it for a campaign contribution. >> and no way i was giving up dino. >> reporter: hillary clinton was cautious. >> she put her arm around me and insisted i was in the picture with her. >> reporter: and trump played along even though the crowd didn't. it's been tried before in 2008. a guy in iowa passed around mr. potato head, garnish passed around his kid. >> i would love to live in a word where dino flintstone influences global politics but more it was about appreciating the candidates as real sneem in the live free or die state this
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retail politics isn't extinct. peter alexander, nbc news, marcher. >> that will do it for us on this monday night. i'm lester holt reporting from manchester, new hampshire from. all of yourselves at nbc news, thank you for watching and good night.we'll show you where the interstate isn't even an option... and when the roads should begin to get better, my deputies who arrived on the scene did everything they could to try and get her out of the house.'
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