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nomination remains more likely. and that would be a disaster. >> well, the race for the white house taking a big turn last night as the super tuesday results have come in, spelling major victories for the clinton and trump campaigns. >> and here to break it all down, these guys, the brains of abc's political coverage, rick klein, so shanna walsh and did he ever dwyer joining us at this early morning hours. we got a lot of information, rick, from the exit polls including something interesting about these candidates' voter base. >> look, the bottom line for me is that we have looked for republican divisions. the party's not divided. they're embracing donald trump. you see massachusetts and alabama and tennessee and arkansas and all these states regional diversity and ideological diversity inside the party. the thing is, if you judge the party by its voters, donald trump owns this party right now. the leaders are saying something different and are not comfortable with it. the voters are speaking
>> when it comes 0 those leaders, republican establishment, their ipods have been playing johnny cash god is going to cut you down. should they be listening to beyonce's formation? how do they reconcile the difference, come on girls, get in formation. >> they're definitely panicked. is it too late? one example of the panic is new anti-trump super pac formed called our principles behind it. meg whitman, paul singer and just yesterday, they got jeb bush's former spokesman on board. and they have ads out. really the question is, is it too late. >> that is the big question. and i was trying to think of another beyonce song. >> you do love your beyonce. >> yeah. >> continue the analogy. >> a lot of ways bernie sanders is seen by many supporters as irreplaceable. that's the closest beyonce i could get. at this point, it seems as if the tide is turning against him
>> that's right. clinton looks absolutely unstoppable right now. and she began this campaign as someone who was the likely nominee. she was the presumed democratic nominee. now she's earned it. she had the scare in iowa. she took a huge hit in new hampshire. she's really come back now and tonight we see her sailing out of super tuesday with that strong lead that she's earned. >> and quoting the weekend. >> that's right. >> rick, we really saw from the exit polls two different pictures. what republicans wanted is someone more of an outsider. the democrats are going towards political experience. what's going to happen when it comes down to november if it's down to the hillary and trump campaigns. >> you're seeing the divisions in the country play out in the way you're seeing races begin to settle. front-runners come at this with entirely different resumes and rationales speaking to different thoughts and passions of the votes. the fact one party seems close to nominating hillary clinton sort of the ultimate insider and the other party is closer than ever to nominating
this is going to be an epic clash. we look for why is this race going to matter. this is no the a hard one to define if this is hillary clinton against donald trump, we know what the big forces are. the votes are speak to that right now. >> what did we learn about donald trump last night? rick mentioned he can appeal to the cracker barrel crowd as well as a whole foods crowd. what did elearn about donald trump? >> look at those exit polls, he dominated in so many different groups. but the one group that really i just shocked me the most is evangelical voters. he emmed ted cruz out. it was close but he edged him out. this is someone ted cruz called vulgar and profane but the thrice married gop front-runner won evangelical voters tonight. >> my moms says it is corinthians is acceptable. >> i was going to say to play the contrary argument, there is a red flag for trump tonight.
it's good for marco rubio but it was trump's worst performance in the state of minnesota. he finished third place there. with so many midwest states coming up, you have illinois coming up, ohio a big prize, those states coming up, perhaps there is a little bit of a silver lining. > he got like two net delegates out of minnesota. >> we're not talking about the delegates. >> but if it was for the hillary camp, who would the dems like to see? >> hear her campaign say it's totally excited to run against donald trump and take the example this week. kkk scuffle, the david duke example. they want to see that front and center. i think you've started to see a little bit of it from hillary. >> we're going to continue to torture these guys. >> we're going to ask the team actually what they learned most from super tuesday that surprised them. stick with us. >> going to hang out for a little bit? >> you know it.
that you didn't know monday morning. >> thank you for the stylings that make us -- i learned that marco rubio may be smoke and not fire. i am shocked by the fact that he invested as much as he did in states like texas in particular, also alabama and vermont and is going to walk away with a goose egg, a big old round number that is zero of delegates out of these states. this is an a level campaign. they know how it works and were stressing we're going to eat into cruz's lead. he was confident even talking about george stephanopoulos tonight. he's going to get delegates just about everywhere. >> what the doesn't resonate with voters? >> his attacks, the kind of childish. >> the small hands. >> and spray tan and all that, that it back fired. it reduced had imin size literally as donald trump said that little marco rubio. he was reduced in the minds of vote ares. >> that means he didn't get 20% of the vote. >> that was the threshold. this was not a surprise and they didn't get
things that happened right before super tuesday when we learned that bernie sanders raised $42 million in february alone. that's more money than marco rubio raised in his entire campaign. what's also surprising is that bernie sanders who likes 0 talk about billionaires but doesn't really like to talk about money was talking about it tonight at his campaign event. >> it doesn't get him any further. he had a lot of money that didn't help him in the end. >> he says he's going to go to the convention and going to california in june. that has a bounty of dels. he has the money to go there. >> we were watching you typing away during the abc coverage last night during primetime coverage. what shocked you as you were there working. > i got to tell you, one of the most fascinating things to me is the most important quality voters want to see in a candidate is the candidate shares their values. where does donald trump fall in that? he is the worst rated candidate in all the states last night and in fact from every state i think in the candidate that shares
values. so what is going on here? how can you win when the republicans don't think you share his values? it's because there are two other qualities that trump no pun intended, he brings change to washington and actually tells it like it is. those are his qualities. >> i was interest interested in one exit poll his proposal to ban noncitizen muslims from entering the country supported by 6% of republicans. >> no one talked about this till donald trump. it's like the republican party didn't know what they wanted till trump arrived and started talking about these things. to have two-thirds of them on the same page is remarkable. >> a lot of people were talking about chris christie. >> there was that look. we got a shot of it. trending on twitter. >> free chris christie. >> bored standing behind there or. >> what was the deal with that. >> the most unlikely allies. >> what is that look? >> i think it's just utter shock at what's happening even at this
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revolution. when we bring our people together, when we do not allow the donald trumps of the world to divide us up. >> this has been an amazing evening. already we've won five major states and it looks like we could win six or seven or eight or nine. they say the lotser of the night was marco rubio and it's true. he didn't win anything. hasn't won. at least you can say that ted has won something. you know, marco has not won. >> you see, just five days ago, we began to unmask the true nature of the front-runners so far in this race. five days ago, we began to explain to the american people that donald trump is a con artist. >> we can nominate a washington dealmaker propane and vulgar who has a
government power for personal gain. we are the only campaign that has beaten donald trump once, twice, three times. >> a lady? i was going with three times a lady. >> i know you were. >> not quite. an interesting night. also to see the exit polls showing that republicans are looking for change and democrats kind of want a political insider. >> somebody who has experience and you saw that was reflected in the vote on super tuesday. it's going to be interesting to see what happens next. of course, we have michigan coming up in a week and then florida and ohio following. > looking forward to it. >> that's the news for this half hour. >> remember to follow us on facebook wnnfans.com.
this morning on "world news now," the big winners on super tuesday. >> from the record turnout to donald trump's sweeping victories. can any of his republican rivals make up for lost ground? also, hillary clinton's gains and disappointments after the super tuesday vote. what she's telling supporters with bernie sanders winning serl states. >> security showdown. apple's intense legal fight over a terrorist locked iphone. the blame game and privacy debate on capitol hill. >> and later difficult questions for "dancing with the stars" host erin andrews. reliving an agonizing experience in court. her heart wrenching testimony as her case moves forward. it's wednesday, march 2nd. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> we do say good morning to you on this wednesday.