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of hailly's endorsement of marco rubio but first making headlines today, donald trump and the pope. >> if and when, the vat can is attacked by isis, which as everyone knows is isis ultimate trophy, i can promise you, that the pope would have only wished and prayed that donald trump would have been president. because -- it is true. because this would not have happened. >> anchor: donald trump comments in iowa today are in response to pope francis saying that trump is not christian if he supports building walls between nations. such as the wall trump proposes between the united states and mexico to keep people from coming into the country illegally. >> anchor: trump is juchlt one of the three candidates in columbia tonight, before the
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chad joins us with more. >> reporter: the line here at the south carolina school is growing as people enter. inside ready for this town hall tonight. and the town hall is actually a continuation of one that started last night, in the upstate in greenville, the first three up. and where senators marco rubio and ted cruz, along with dr. ben car son, tonight, the front runner donald trump will be part of the town hall here at the school of law, jeb bush and governor johns kasich will be there too. of course, there is plenty to talk about and ask about today with when it comes to the candidates, especially donald trump. when asked about donald trump views on immigration, as you heard there, the pope francis said that anyone who wants to build a wall along the u.s. mexican border is not a christian. and it will be interesting to see if trump has more to say tonight to combat that comment and defend his spiritual beliefs. and also look for bush and johns kasich to differentiate themselves from the pack as
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washington, grid lock and get things done up there and it is also, interesting to see if bush and trump trade some more jabs tonight, and also, some called bush a clown, among other comments about bush. of course, if this town hall forum is anything like it was last night in greenville, the candidates will not be on the stage at the same time, but instead, take turn, answering questions from thehe m merator and we will of course, have more updates and as we bring you up date at what happens here tonight, at eleven. wis news ten. >> anchor: thank you, and politics on the menu. >> anchor: that is where msnbc set up shop ahead of the u.s.
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>> reporter: -- undecided at the momont. and also, too -- >> anchor: judi, to understand that -- make the decision based on results.
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and him to endorse her. >> reporter: voting in the democratic primary -- >> the candidates to see if t ty are t t same with the certain issues. however, either campaign, in 2008, is when i really got involved in politics, when i really -- and with division and everybody was all saying yes, we can.
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and -- back and forth. to compare and connect more. >> reporter: one of the largest counties, and a conservative area. with -- >> what the candidates have to say. to make a decision.
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>> what do you make of trump -- >> well it does not surprise me, he is progressive and trump is, and some of the -- substance. and it has been a little frustrating. unfortunately none of the other candidates came to that. >> reporter: let me ask you this, i know that you are a firm believer -- i why is it struggling where the private nose him so well. >> i think that living here in south carolina, remember that
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however, when it comes along like bernie sanders, and the necessary for the area and the life long aspect, and they are familiar with her -- >> the history of hillary
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knowledgeable about things and by watching her, but i do remember, in 2008 whshgs she was running, and for the primaries. i are em that situation. barack obama and we trying to get back -- and to get that vote. i don't think for either campaign and like i said, we did have a connection, and we have anyone who is -- the vote and paying attention -- something that we were trying to grab on to but no one really got it. >> all right, i appreciate the insight, and they can make-up their own minds and anything that happens in the primaries. and insight, and that will go to the discussion, we will have more when we come back, and we will be checking with msnbc, and political analysts for all of the headlights out on the campaign trail. >> anchor: the weather on saturday is gorgeous.
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and the polls up at 7:00 a.m. and climbing into the mid 60s by noon and then at 7:00, and p.m., is when the clear and the polls will be closing and so yeah, the temperatures at 70, to 72 on saturday afternoon for the highs in between those times. tomorrow, it is beautiful as well. tgif. not as warm as it will be this weekend. but 61 is a pretty nice, friday and 43 on saturday, and they have got the 72 on sunday. 51, in the morning and the warmest in the seven days, and the sunday at 76 and then a big pattern shifts and changes, and then it goes from a 20 percent chance of showers on monday to a 60 percent chance tuesday, andnd that is a cold day too, at 56 and 57 on wednesday. with the rain chances at 70 percent and so one to three inch rain totals next week, guys as the rain moves in to start the workweek. >> anchor: thank you so much, ben. a new poll is showing the endorsement of the governor is making a difference for marco rubio.
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has a look at him. >> reporter: well, the polls show a really big boost over night for marco rubio following the governor's endorsement and this was done by the american, research group, and take a look, trump is leading, he is in the lead at 33 percent and this is consistent with what we have been seeing, here is the shake up. rubio coming in at 20 percent, and of course, cruz. had been polling above him at this point and so this is the big shape up here and johns kasich, and even over taking cruz. as well. and cruz. coming in fourth at just, 13 percent and then here in the bottom tier we have bush with eight percent and car son with three percent and we know that 7 percent of this poll are undecided and this is just one night of interviews following the governor's endorsement. >> anchor: and the election is blowing up one version of the political conventional wisdom. >> anchor: up next, how south carolina is changing whether, experience matters. >> reporter: our special coverage ahead of the gop
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take a live >> anchor: this year, for the conventional wisdom about presidential campaigns, like how much it really matters to have experience. jack has perspective on that frmths the only way of doing politics, since on the daily basis, you know, we have had especially in the republican side. an enormous number of candidates and some of them complete, political novice with no
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two ago, that lack of experience might have been a disqualifier, but these days it is the things that helps to make the candidate worthy of the office and now we used for candidates who articulated our aspirations for a better country. but so far, it indicates that the voters are more interested in candidates on both sides, who shatter the status quo and fight the establishment and the media elite, maybe here in south carolina we saw the start of this in 2012, that is the i couldn'ter that the republicans broke a 3, decade streak and voted for a presidential contender who did not go on to win the nomination. so what happened? many believed that newt won that year because he came out swinging in a debate, against john king about the relationship with his ex-wife, he blasted the media and south carolina gop voters ate it up, compare that to donald trump and his practice of insulting reporters to cover his rallies or his war with fox kelley.
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love the idea that the candidate who ridicules the media as an institution, but trump is going further, attacks at rivals andself financed and does not have to worry about losing support from funding sources and one of two in the candidates who have never held any elected office and also getting traction at least early was dr. ben car son, another outsider who was less of a politician than trump and a washington insider and 74-year-old, senator, bernie sanders candidate who despite the risk of being branded as a free, spending socialist one who does not need super packs is giving hillary clinton's campaign a serious case of heart burn. more than any presidential election, cycle in modern history, this one is breaking all of the rules. >> and we have been covering politics, since your beginning
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and the difference that we have seen decades and decades. >> i have never seen anything like it. >> and i am not the only one. >> anchor: thank you, jack. checking with charles. >> anchor: yeah, stepping out to make the voices heard. one student is speaking out and making family she spent a lifetime making a difference for people. winning healthcare for 8 million children. benefits for families of reservists and the national guard. standing strong around the world for human rights and women's rights. hillary clinton. she'll raise the minimum wage. take on the drug companies to lower the cost of prescription drugs. and give everyone the opportunity to go to college without going into debt. she'll get the job done... for us.
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"tell them, to go **** themselves..." he's not a reckless blowhard, or a scripted robot. he's a conservative governor with proven results. he led the nation in job creation and beat the teachers union to enact massive reform. jeb bush. over 40 retired generals and admirals and 12 medal of honor recipients know he's the commander in chief we need now. conservative, proven and prepared. jeb bush for president. right to rise usa is responsible for the content
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>> anchor: republicans are going to the poll this weekend, but hillary clinton and bernie sanders continue to fight for the votes in south carolina at the democratic primary. >> anchor: which is the weekend after and there is a heated battle for the young, black, vote. meaghan norman has more. >> the vote is very important, particularly here in south carolina. it seems like it fits in both of these categories but one of them stands out from the pack, because unlike his
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he is voting republican. >> from what i know, yes, i am the only person in my family, and voting for the republican party. >> reporter: brian said that he used to like dr. ben carson. >> i don't think that he has what it takes to be president. i don't think that he has the kind of energy and passion for it like the other candidates do. also, he lacks the experience. >> so now he switched. >> i am supporting governor johns kasich and i feel like he is the best candidate on the republican side. >> hall has done his research, even though his colleagues do not agree with him, they have stuyed up too. >> there is the thing that the normal person thinks about politics. and so we are something to that effect, whereas, the five minutes, will not thinking about pot tikz >> reporter: williams supports hillary clinton. >> and actually i am not supporting her like she is a woman.
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work that speaks volumes of who she is behind her gender. and so much more than that. i feel like, if they were a man, i would definitely be seeing. >> write, stands next to a bernie sanders supporter, but says the revolution is not rubbing off on him yet. >> i think that the young people that have revolutions and have change, and a change, and i think the change, and i am never -- with the revolution. >> and the sampling of the opinion from the young voters. others that i have spoken with say, that they will vote for, they are still open to be persuaded by the candidates. in the studio, wis news ten. >> anchor: thank you and still to come on the news at seven, other news is making headlines. >> anchor: a child left at school, change does not roll in on the wheels of inevitability. bernie sanders. he was there when dr. king marched on washington.
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to end racial profiling, take on police misconduct, and take down a system that profits from mass imprisonment. there is no president who will fight harder to end institutional racism. education. opportunity. reform. bernie.
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>> anchor: welcome back, in the headlines today, the sheriff's department says that the 6-year-old not picked up from school, led the deputies to discover a murder suicide. when the child was not picked up from school on wednesday afternoon, the deputies checked the address, looking for the child's parents, that is where they found, stephanie walsh,
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husband with a gun shot wound. and the coroner's office has not been able to identify a man shot and killed by a restaurant owner, connected to the case of the former sheriff, the victim, a male appears to be in the country illegally and that he had assumed, several identities while he was in the state of south carolina. he is charged with murder and attempted murder in this case. >> and two of the three deputies involved in a crash are now out of the hospital, and initial reports last night were the patrol cars were responding to a burglary in progress, the crash itself, happened some time around 9:00 and exactly how those cruisers hit each other that is still under investigation. the sheriff's department does say that the third deputy is still in the hospital but expected to recover, charles? >> anchor: keeping a close eye on south carolina tonight.
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and hear from she spent a lifetime making a difference for people. winning healthcare for 8 million children. benefits for families of reservists
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standing strong around the world for human rights and women's rights. hillary clinton. she'll raise the minimum wage. take on the drug companies to lower the cost of prescription drugs. and give everyone the opportunity to go to college without going into debt. she'll get the job done... for us. i'm hillary clinton
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>> anchor: thanks for joining us for our special report on south carolina first in the south primary, i'm charles molineaux n >> anchor: and i'm dawndy, plank. and talking with us with nbc, and thomas roberts who are on
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>> anchor: and chad is through lawsuit, and that is where three the candidates will answer the questions, in one last forum tonight, before saturday's primary. >> and mostly all of the audience members who will be participating in this town hall are now inside. the university of south carolina law school, this town hall as you can imagine, all of the three candidates who are participating, donald trump and johns kasich and jeb bush and this town hall will be the final chance to make a pitch to the south carolina voters to a national audience any way before the very important, first in the south, primary that is coming up this saturday, of course, last night, that is what senator marco rubio, senator ted cruz, and dr. ben car son had the chance to do in part one of the town hall, in greenville. they hit on elbility for the presidency and supreme court appointments and president obama's up coming trip to cuba, and there were also some more light hearted moments too. >> i love --.
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>> i like to win. >> and i tell you, it relaxes me. when i would come home from a day of surgery, i would shoot pool. >> do you ever know that you wanted to do public service? >> no i wanted to play in the nfl. and i would had, had it not been for the lack of speed, size and talent. i thought that i would be an nfl and coach before i got to this point. >> if you asked me wife, what drives her the crazy about me the most is my iphone, if she could fling the iphone out of the window and into the trash, she would be thrilled. >> i am on my phone, and i am playing, candy crush, and my girls love it. >> we have to wait and see if there will be some more answers like that tonight, from the candidates participating. and of course, along with a lot of substance and policy as well. we will have highlights, in the


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