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energize his supporters. >> grace joyal was in sumter. >> reporter: the line to get into the sumter county civic center wrapped around the building into the back of the parking lot. the building fits up to 3200 people. but there were plenty of others who did not get inside. as trump supporters lieutenant-governor henry mcmaster put it, buckle up. we're going for a ride and with the crowd tonight, it certainly felt like it. >> reporter: from baby boomers -- >> i would like to see us go back to the way we were. >> reporter: to practically babies. >> donald trump for president. >> reporter: decked out in red, white, blue. >> gets under people's skin. he got the money to back it up, see. >> reporter: it felt more like arock concert than a rally in sumter wednesday night. thousands listened to a tennis
use on trade relations, foreign policy and immigration. >> we can't let people into our country that we have no idea who they are. [ cheers ] >> reporter: intermixed with insults about his opponents. >> cruz, he lies. i never saw a man lie like this. like jeb bush, he's not a conservative. [laughter] >> reporter: nikki haley was one of his targets. >> you know, nikki haley gave a speech a couple of weeks ago and she said that we, we -- >> boo! >> it's not good. >> reporter: he was referring too her republican rebuttal to president obama's state of the nation where she asked voters not to listen to the angriest voices in thee room. first of all, she's very weak on illegal immigration. >> reporter: nikki haley endorsed marco rubio wednesday night. trump did not directly address the move but he did take the opportunity to note his feud with ted cruz regarding an ad showinin an old video of trump. >> like i'm pro-life and they go out and say donald trump is not pro-life.
other candidates hit, trump fans are standing by him. >> i agree with you. >> reporter: instead of harping on his place in the polls, trump stressed the need for people to get out and vote saturday. >> you have to assume we're tied. assume we're tied because on saturday you have to get out and vote. [ cheers ] >> reporter: but don't be fooled. trump is betting on another win. trump heads to kiawah island in gaffney tomorrow. here is appearing in a town hall tomorrow. back to you. well, the latest national polls released have both trump voters. that signal as tight race ahead of saturday's primary. those are nation wild polls. >> for the first time, ted cruz leading the republican presidential field a new nbc
28% of return voters are backing cruz. donald trump is close behind with 26% report. that difference is within the pollll margin of error. it's a major shift from the same poll last month which gave trump a wide 13-point lead over cruz. pollsters say it's too soon to tell if the shift is permanent or temporary. >> again, the state polls still showing trump leading the pack. trump has also -- the quinnipiac poll puts him at 39%. that's the next best showing, would be from marco rubio with 19% and then cruz comes in at 18%. again, that was the national quinnipiac poll. >> and trump holds a 19-point lead over ted cruz. among those likely to vote, according to the latest bloomberg poll. the key, get out and vote if you want to be able to have your voice heard. talking about one candidate, getting a big endorsement from
>> as we mention at the top of the newscast, he got the endorsement from nikki haley. she made that announcement in chapin. the support from the popular second-term governor could potentially help rub yo, marco rubio, who has been targeted from bush and cruz, haleyeyook a line from her signature phrase. >> we say that every day is a great day in south carolina. [ cheers ] >> ladies and gentlemen, if we elect marco rubio, every day will be a great day in america. >> history will say this generation of americans like the ones that came before us, we confronted our challenges, we solved our problems. we didn't pass them onto our children. we did what needed to be done. and because wee did, the american dream didn't just survived. it reached more people and
before. >> another candidate who is courting nikki haley's endorsement ahead of today would be jeb bush. he said he's disappointed in haley's pick of marco rubio. he said she's a very good governor. if he were to win the nomination, there would be a role for her in the campaign. and the mudslinging continues. make my day. that's the new challenge from ted cruz. cruz said if donald trump wants to sue him, then donald trump should go ahead and sue him. the challenger -- the challenge comes after trump's lawyer sent cruz's campaign a cease and desist letter over an ad. now the attack ad 2350e choose a 1990in 199 a where there is an interview with tim russert.
you if you want to file a lawsuit challenging this act, claiming it's defamation, file a lawsuit. it is a rae remarkable contention that an ad that plays video of donald trump speaking on national television is somehow defamation. >> e-mailing through a spokesperson, trump says if he wants to bring a lawsuit it would be legitimate. he writes that time will tell giving no sign why the lawsuit will actually happen. >> the battle looks like a tough battleground for hillary clinton and bernie sanders. a new cnn/orc poll has democratic dawsgoers caucusgoers split. 48% support clinton. 47 wh sanders. in south carolina, clin tampa clinton tops sanders by 18
weather. clear and cool tonight and we're attracting milder temperatures in the forecast. >> needed a little bit of a breather after that. >> it feels like -- we accuse talking politics, it's so heated. it's so fluid because as the night goes on, one poll might say one thing, another poll might say a different thing and it seems like the trump supporters are coming out. >> mr. farley, can you help her out? >> nice night to it do anything. there we are in the vistas. not much doing. temperatures not bad. let's give you a look at them and you will see that we're generally -- 40s is where we sit. we don't get all that cold tonight. when you get up tomorrow morning, get the kids up to the bus, it will be mid-30s. sunny skies. sunrise after 7:00. no problem. it's chilly, but it's not bone chilly that we've had certainly in the past couple weeks.
there's the forecast for tomorrow, some winds out of the north. we'll keep temperatures in check. we top out maybe 57 somewhere in the range plus or minus a few degrees with plenty of sunshine all day long. 70s, yes, they are still in the seven-day. arrive. that's coming up in a little bit. >> thank you. an elderly couple lost their home tonight after fire tore through their columbia home. the fire department says they re called out to redwood court after 7:00 tonight. the home we're told is a total loss and authorities say they still are investigating the cause of this fire. the couple was transported to a hospital as a precaution. tonight they are being assisted by the red cross. the new berpry county sheriff's office hopes you can identify a suspect in an armed robbery. it happened last friday at peak pharmacy. the investigators say the man entered the pharmacy and robbed them using what appeared to be a
the suspect fled the seen in a gray ford ranger. if you have any information about the suspect contact the sheriff's office at 321-2222. sumter police are looking for your help in low dating a -- lower kateing a teenager, dominique mccray. he left his home after an nuary 31st. police say he reached out to his father on february 6th but tonight his whereabouts are still unknown. if you have any information or you have seen him, call crimestoppers at 1-888-crime-sc. myrtle beach police hope to have new tools in place before this year's atlantic beach bake fest. the department bake -- bike fest. they should have operational readers by memorial day. three people were killed in eight shootings during the 2014 bike fest.
last year. it's been another record year for exportsts in south carolina. state leaders announced the state exported nearly $31 billion worth of goods last year. that's the sixth straight year exports set a record. south carolina leads the nation in motor vehicle exports. the state is the top exporter of tires. we export about 28% of the national total. our state's tourism has grown to $19 billion. 20 was also a record year in hotel occupancy. tourism officials say the state is starting a new marketing campaign called satisfy your thirst. it's designed to draw visitors to businesses that make everything from beer to tea and from milk, even moonshine. coming up -- of apple is challenging a judge's order to help the fbi unlock an iphone.
the people behind last year's terror attack in san bernardino, california. why is of apple reluctant to follow the order. and whole foods is targeting shoppers who would not typically association with kale and quinoa. one town hall down and one to go before the primary. what we can expect when the gop hopefuls answer your questions here in the capital city. our coverage continues tomorrow
morning columbia." apple says it will not help investigators break into the apple says
it will not then investigators break into the iphone of one of the san bernardino killers. a judge in california ordered the company to help the fbi get into sayed farook's phone. investigators have farook's phone but it's locked with a pass code they cannot penetrate. a letter signed by tim cook
would potentially render tens of millions of devices vulnerable. farook and his wife, tashfeenmalik, killed 14 people in december before he died in a shoot -- before they both died in a shootout with police. guns will be allowed in classrooms at the university of texas austin next year. state law allows concealed handguns license holders to bring their weapons into classrooms. the university's president doesn't believe handguns belong on campus but the state law ayou wills public universities to allow them beginning august 1st. he calls the decision the greatest decision of his presidency to date. whole foods may add tattoo parlors to its stores. they plan to open their first 365 stores later this year. this will focus on millennials and include other shops to break up the grocery store experience. the website suggests those
friends of 365 could include record shops to tattoo parlors. >> and just to clarify, we talk about millennials, i -- i always thought it was if you were born after the '80s or if you grew up in the '80s, they are kind of targeting like college students withi a ten-year range? >> i think there are a lot of gray areas. >> okay. >> not a whole lot of gray hairs but a lot of gray lines, i think. up next, john farley has
us here tonight. what i thought i would start with is one of these things that doesn't happen all that afternoon. i start with the almanac. it doesn't happen that often because we're only 1 degree off from the average. today was almost exactly average. again, it doesn't happen all that often. 37 for the low. that's what we hit. 62 for the high. 1 degree warmer than the long-term average. what's going on? pleasant tomorrow, nice friday and come the weekend, we'll finally get to the os we've been promising. let's show you the satellite loop. as you can see, skies are clear over the top of us. as you zoom out, you will see not much else going on. lake-effect snow in western new york but out to the west there's nothing in the offing for us. what will impact our weather is a high that will be sitting up to the north. you will notice winds out of the north and they will continue into friday to a lesser extent as well. we get this high up here, winds
we'll be like upper 50s. by the time we get to friday we'll climb a few degrees. and then this will shut off into the weekend allowing the temperatures to warm in the 70s. tonight, we have clear skies. there's not much doing. we'll dip down to the mid-30s. that will take care of business for us. tonight, again, a nice day, we start you out with plenty of sunshine. sunrise a little bit after 7:00. temperatures mid-30s generally speaking. it should be a fine commute in terms of the weather. here you go. there is a look at tomorrow afternoon. there's the cooler air, especially as the wind coming out of the north, camden, newberry, more 50, orangeburg, more like 60. now looking ahead, temperatures climb a little bit on friday. the gamecocks answer opening day is friday. should' oing -- opening day.
get a decent batch of rain. the focus of the rain will be tuesday but we'll get a few showers late on monday and lingering into wednesday. but, yeah, we don't need the rain but keel get some we will get some next week. things are looking just fine. back to you two. one clemson wide receiver decides he won't play his senior season with the tigers. >> the best player comes up with one of the best plays tonight.
tonight in greenville. let's check out the action. brownell and blossomgame and clemson hosting bc. bc coming in 0-12. hole. this will be a good poster. jordan roper making the pass. his teammates enjoy it. blossomgame shows off the full game, shows off the range late, a big 3 down the stretch. 23 points on the ballgame for blossomgame. he continues to lead clemson and the tigers win it, 65-54. tigers improve to 16-10. 9-5 in the acc. game of the night in the acc and the country, duke at north carolina. orangeburg native brice johnson, just dom dominates. 29 points, 19 rebounds for brice johnson. north carolina leads for most of the night. but duke comes up with the lead
the tar heels down one, final seconds, duke comes up with the big stop. north carolina can't get it to the rim. the blue devils go into the smith center and shock, number 5, north carolina. 74-73. frank martin dealing with the losses today. usc losing to missouri last night. 72-67. first back-to-back wins for them this year. gamecocks tied for third with texas a&m and gator. two sec scores from tonight, alabama helping the tide pull the upset at lsu. 76-69. that final score, 35 points. auburn pulling the upset at arkansas by 4. dawn staley, the new queen of the sec in women's basketball, usc keeping the
second ever win in knox ville on monday, clinching at least a share of a third straight sec championship for the gamecocks carolina can clinch of the title at home with georgia. staley just proud of what her team's done the last three seasons. >> they've accomplished something that, you know, probably no one in the the state of south carolina thought could get done here. let's talk high school play joy. irmo hosting goose creek in the first round. tone niptony price for the layup and the yellow jackets in controro later in the third, some fundamentals. nically oop. irmo cruises 65-42. jackets moving on. harris and lexington looking for the upset in the lowcountry.
ashley. lexington, going to the hoop and playing through some contact, a little continuation and the foul. wildcats not quite enough to pull the upset on the run -- on the road, that is. tough to win on the road. west ashley wins it 72-61. lexington's season comes to an end. you can see a full scoreboard at abc columbia news. one wide receiver will be playing somewhere else -- somewhere else. ger romegermone hopper will transfer. he ended up with 71 catches in his clemson career, almost 800 career receiving yards this three seasons. he will graduate this summer and be eligigie play not at another d-1 school. tajh boyd and connor boid
offing itbattle it out and boyd never beat the game cox in his college career. let's talk a little softball. homeowner for the gamecocks hostinnorth carolina. ray tanner, soaking up some of the sunshine. game documentsgamecocks down 1-0. jordan augustus scores first. kristin white, not too far behind. usc wins it 9-1. gamecocksism proching to 4-1 on and they host the carolina wassic and baseball starts -- improving to 4-1 and they host as well. >> days like this are made for pulling out that towel and doing a sandstorm. [laughter]
>> but i -- talking about politics real quick, i was a little surprised that we're mixing sports and politics together. i was surprised. interesting. >> heating up. >> a lot of athletes go on to be politicians. >> really? statisticically, give knee those me those stats. >> john farley may be able to
>> stay close. welcome back. nice weather for the next couple days into the
weekend. we get to the 70s. it will take us a few days to get there. no one is complaining about that. rain, especially next tuesday, between now and then, not bad. >> everybody should be able to get out and vote saturday. the weather will be gorgeous. no problems. we'll be able to hopefully get a high turnout.
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