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one-on-one with marco rubio, after taking fire. >> did you fight from your own legislation? repeating his lines on stage. >> there it is. >> what he says now. and hillary clinton in a fierce battle with bernie sanders. the blizzard warnings across several states tonight. the bus flipping. dozens hurt. we're tracking two major storms at this hour. the cruise ship on its way back to the u.s., hit by hurricane-force winds. gusts more than 100 miles an hour. the zika virus. and tonight, the cdc moving to its highest level of alert in response to the outbreak. and now, the estion, should the u.s. olympic team be traveling to rio and, peyton manning's victory lap. will it be his last? what he's saying tonight. and why the other star, cam newton, walked out. good evening from new hampire tonight. the countdown is on until the new hampshire primary. a major blizzard hitting.
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tonight. but first, the battle playing out in the middle of the ice and snow. fresh off the big republican debate right here on abc. the candidates are out in full force tonight. new numbers coming in at this hour. donald t tmp leading the republican race, followed by marco rubio and ted cruz, gaining ground right behind them, though, ohio 2k3w06 nor john kasich. donald trump, trying to seal the deal. we're one-on-one with him, as one poll shows 44% of republicans here in new hampshire say they could still change their minds. we also have marco rubio on his debate performance, and the criticism he kept repeating himself. but abc's jonathan karl leads us off with mr. trump. >> reporter: donald trump has a simple goal in new hampshire -- prove he can win as presidential candidate. you got a big lead, is any part of you a ltle nervous? i mean, new hampshire voters tend to be so independent. change at the last minute. >> totally, i mean, you have to think that. who knows what's going to happen. we have good poll numbers, but i would be happypyo win by one vote. i just want to win. >> reporter: to win here, trump is going hard line.
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waterboarding. >> mr. trump, you said not only does it work, but you would bring it back. >> we have people chopping the heads off christians. we have people chopping the heads off many other people. i would bring back waterboarding and i would bring back a hell of a lot worse than waterboarding. >> reporter: trump was hit hardest in the debate by his old nemesis, jeb bush, attacking trump for his support of the government's right to seize private property for public use. >> what donald trump did was use eminent domain to try to take the property of an elderly woman on the strip in atlantic city. that is not public purpose. that is down right wrong. >> he wants to be a tough guy. a lot of times you'll have -- you'll have -- and it didn't work very well him. >> how tough it is to take property from an elderly woman? >> let me talk. let me talk. quiet. >> how tough is it? >> a lot of times -- a lot of times -- >> reporter: now, trump is
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he'sike a child, he's like a spoiled child. he spent $110 million on a campaign and he's nowhere. is back. >> donald trump organizes his campaign around dispspaging people. i think we need a president that actually believes in the american people. that won't push everybody down to makthemselves look good. >> reporter: as for bush's former protege, sena^or marco rubio, he was rising fas in new hampshire, but is now facing questions about whether he has what it@ takes, after he bungled this question about his opponents' claims that as a first-term senator, he lacks experience. >> tonight, what are your accomplishments in the senate that demonstrate you are ready to be president of t t united states? >> i'm proud of my service in the united states senate and before that in the florida legislatur and let's dispel once and for all with this fiction that barack obama doesn't know what he's doing. he knows exactly what he's doing. >> reporter: moments later, that same sentence, word for word. >> let's dispel with this
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he knows exaxaly what he's doing. >> reporter: chris christie pounced. >> you see, everybody, i want the people at home to think about this. that's what shington, d.c. does. that is exactly what his >> reporter: and then, rubio said it again a third time. this notion that barack obama >> there it is. the memorized 25-second speech. there it is, everybody. >> well, that's the reason that this campaign is so important.% >> reporter: ohio governor john kasich, now on the rise in nehampshire, says he sure isn't scripted. >> i think people want to know you a thenauthenticity today, more than they ever have. >> and jon karl is with us tonight. i want to get back to donald trump, telling you tonight he doesn't have to win big, if he wins by just one vote, that will be good enough for him? >> reporter: well, the polls are accurate, he'll win by a lot more than that. he's led every public poll in this state for seven months and
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digits. >> jon karl with us live tonight. jon, thank you. and as you point out, jon, many eyes on senator marco rubio after saturday night's debate. under fire, as you saw, on that stage, from governor jeb bush and from new jersey governor chris christie. criticizing rubio for what christie cald a, quote, memorized 25-second speech. as you saw, rio repeating himself during that debate. abc's tom llamas, one-on-n-e with rubio tonight with his own reaction, and with the voters who were watching. >> the next presisint of the united states of america, marco rubio! >> reporter: tonight, senator marco rubio hoping new hampshire votersave short memories. >> marco! marco! >> reporter: but on the trail today, voters bringing up that debate debacle. >> saturday night, you didn't do too good but i'm still rooting for you. >> i feel good about it. we raised a lot of money online. >> reporter: today, i asked the senator if he's going to change hihimessage. 24 hours to go, right? you're going to stick to t lines, even those in the debate they are criticizing you for?
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message the entire campaign. right up to the general election. >> reporter: you still feel momentum? >> i wish more republicans would say that? >> reporter: you still feel momentum? >> absolutely. we feel great. we really do. >> reporter: for rubio, the timing couldn't be worse. the day before the primary, undecided voters telling me, the debate moment stuck with them. >> i personally didn't think rubio d so well. i think he kind of got beat up on. >> reporter: inside rubio's manchester headquarters, the senator pushing volunteers to keep making those calls. the campaign feels he's knocked down, but not knocked out. >> andom llamas joins us tonight from a rubio rally. some promimint conservatives are coming to senator rubio's defense tonight. >> reporter: that's right, david. rush limbaugh acknowledges the debate was not rubio's finest momentbut he says the line that rubio kept repeating is a winning straragy. rush saying that president obama, quote, executed a plan to transform america into something
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rush says, more republican candidates should be saying that. david? new hampshire tonight. tom, thank yoy. meantime, on the democratic side tonight, hillary clinton and bernie sanders in a fight to the fin inhere, as well. the new numbers, bernie sanders with a double-digit lead. 26 points before the primary tomorrow. hillary clinton hoping to at least close thatt gap to single digits here in sanders' questions, did her own supporters words about women voters backfire? abc's cecilia vega, one-on-one with former president bill clinton tonight. >> , my friend. >> the hotter this election gets, the more i wish i were just a former president and just the next one. careful of what i say. >> reporter: the former president taking on a new role in this campaign -- attack dog in chief. hitting bernie sanders.
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revolution, you can't be too careful about the facts. >> reporter: clinton accusing somesanders' supporters making offensive comments online. >> vicious trolling. and attacks tt are literally too profane, often, not to >> reporter: today, when i asked about those charges -- do you think the sanders company is playing dirty? after a long pause, finally, an answer. >> no, i believe we ought t t everybody. and if there is -- and i think we should be straightforward and transparent about all of this. >> reporter: bill clinton, not the only hillary surrogate on the offensive. former secretary of state madeleine albright playing the gender card. >> and just remember -- there's a special place in hell for women who don't help each other. >> reporter: today, sanders feeling confident. >> to join with us in making
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hold on, hold on, wait a second! >> reporter: but he was all laughs this weekend on "snl." >> i am so sick of the 1% getting this preferential treatment. >> sounds like socialism to me. >> democratic socialism. >> huge difference. >> huge? >> huge. >> reporter: david, this is bernie sanders' final campaign stop before the voting starts, a university crowd expected to be in thethousands. this is exactly who he needs to show up torment to push him to victory. david? >> cecilia, thank you. and we hope everyone at h he will stay with abc news tomorrow night, as results come in here in theew hampshire primary. we will break in live. and tomorrow, "good morning america" at "world news tonight" both live right here, of course, from new hampshire. in the meantime, we move on now to the blizzard tonight. 60 million americans under winter weather alerts at this hour. and we are tracking two storms. one in the heartland.
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blinding snow and ice from new york to maine, wrecking havococ on the roads. a dangerous pileupn connecticut. a charter bus flipping. 30 people hurt. some critical. a second storm in the midwest, whiteout conditions in east grand forks, minnesota. abc's phillip mena tonight on the dangerous commute. >> reporter: connecticut firefighters going through that bus's windshield to reach the victims. mass casualty incident. tour bus rollover. >> reporter: the charter bus carrying dozens of passengers from new york city to a connecticut casino rolling over in low visibility on icy i-95. >> we had a little extra kating to do. we had some guardrails that went through the bus. >> reporter: at least three critically injured. more than a foot of snow expected in parts of new england, with winds and waves pummelling the coast. those winds gusting above 60 miles an hour in nantucket. flooding beaches and submerging streets. meanwhile, a second system causin white-knuckle driving in the heartland.
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minnesota. tractor trailers off the road in iowa. tonight, that storm heading east. david, this is main street here in plymouth and it is usually packed at this time, butut tonight, it's a virtual ghost town. emergency officials here are urging everyone to stay home as e coast braces for more snow. david? >> phillip mena, thank you. let's get right to meteorologist rob marciano, tracking both systems tonight. rob? >> reporter: david, this storm is massive. the center is well offshore, but the wind field so big, it has been cranking all day long. that will continue tonight with more accumulating snows in new hampshshe, but i think for the primary tomorrow, we're looking at a mostly dry day. the roads could be slick. new york, dry, baimore, d.c., philly, going to see some accumulating snow with the next round of energy coming through. several inches of expected. big-time cold coming in behind this. look at the wind chills. minus 14. will feel like 9 degrees in chicago.
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the coldest air of the season for the east this weekend. david? >> rob marciano, thank you. there is a major development this evening in the zika outbreak. late today, the cdc in this country moving to its highest level of alert. and now, a new state of emergency in florida. seven counties on alert. the president asking for nearly $2illion to fight zika here at home. now, new questions, whether the u.s. olympic athletes should be traveling to rio. abc'c'linsey davis tonight. >> reporter: tonight, big quells about travel to brazil, home to one of the biggest outbreaks of the zika virus. and the 2016 summer games. with the olympics six months away, and an estimated halff million people expected to attend, the real dilemma is for the athletes. >> it is difficult to give advice to people who have devoted the last x number of years training for that. the cdc and the nih could give them the facts and the evidence based information. >> reporter: the u.s. olympic
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to listen to the cdc, while olympic offic@als in rio are trtrng to downplay the threat. u.s. soccer's chief medical officer tells us, members ofhe u.s. women's soccer team, who have won three consecutive olympic gold medals, are taking all necessary precautions in regard to the zika virus. for 33-year-old u.s. sprinter dede trotter, there's no question at all. >> i don't care what kind of viruses and stuff come out, we're going to finish this one out. >> reporter: rising concern about the zika virus propted the white house to ask congress for $1.8 billion to help deal with the threat. david? >> linsey, thank you. now, to the super bowl tonight. nearly 112 million americans watching last night. the third-largest audience in history. peyton manning and the broncos celebrating their championship today, andhat he's now saying, lap? and cam newton walking out. here's abc's ryan smh. >> reporter: peyton manning hoisting the super bowl 50 trophy last nig.
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marshall, who watched his dad become the oldest quarterback ever to win a super bowl. now, the question remains -- is the 39-year-old manning going to hang it up? morning. now. and i think however it works out, it will work out the way it's supposed to. >> reporter: the broncos sacked carolina panther quarterback cam newton seven times, forcing fumbles to put points on the board. newton was a picture of frustration, carrying over to his press conference. >> i'm done. >> reporter: walking out before it was over. peyton manning celebrating his second super bowl win here at disneyland today, but the other big super bowl wininr? beyonce. sparking controversy, performing her new song "formation," with backup dancers clad in all black and berets. dancing into x formation.
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but still bringing down the house and paying onlyh oomage to years past. ryan smith, abc news, anaheim, california. >> ryan, thank you. there is s sll much more ahead on "world news tonight" this monday. e american passengers and the cruise ship nightmare. hit by hurricane-forc winds. images coming in. the ship hit by gusts more tha 100 miles per hour. passengers furious with the captain. what could be a major break tonight after the hole blown through that passenger jet. one passenger pulled from the plane. now a piece of surveillance that could be a crucial clue. and a quiz for you at home tonight. what were the top five super bowl ads last night? and the one ad that got our
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amer next tonight here, one of the world's largest cruise ships rocked by hurricane-force winds, damaged by huge waves, gusts
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americans locked in their cabins. c's steve osunsami now on the ship forced to turn n ound. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: this was supposed to be a relaxing vacation, and instead, the thousands sailing royal caribbean from new jersey tohe bahamas this weekend came away with these pictures, saying it looked like a hurricane. >> the amount of things were shifting around our room was a litt frightening. >> reporter: families recorded the giant crashing waves on their cell phones. furniture went flying and glass shattered. the captain ordered 4,500 passengers and 1,600 crew members to stay in their rooms for hours. four people were hurt. but not badly. pete aloupis, still onboard tonight, blames the captain.n. >> i really resent the fact that he put 6,000 people's lives at risk, taking us into a storm that was predicted. >> reporter: as early as wednesday, the forecast was for 30-foot waves and near hurricane-force winds. in a statement today, royal caribbean apologized to passengers and turned the ship back to new jersey. due to weather forecasted for
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tonight, the cruiseline is promising passengers a full refund and more, but their vacations are ruined. david? >> steve, thank you. when we comom back here, the new headline. a famous face, about to get into the e esidential race? for the first time, waking in himself. also, new developments in the midair explosion onboard that jet. survey lebs video now providing a major new clue and you will e it. and it's believed for the first time, a metr rite striking people. the deadly object falling from the sky, leaving a crater in the earth. where it happened, next. but there's a difference between the omega-3s in fish oil and those in megared krill oil. unlike fish oil, megared is easily absorbed by your body... ...which makes yourureart, well, mega-happy. happier still, megared is proveto increase omega-3 levels in 30 days. megared. the difference is easy t/ absorb.
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>> made in america! >> thank youor watching here on a monday night. i'm david muir. i hope to see you right back here tomorrow for the new hampshire primary.
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