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>> thank you -- thank you, new hampshire. [ applause ] now get ready for even more bruising battles as the political fight turns towards south carolina. >>ro> america's top inittelligence official warns of a litany of doom from isis inside the u.s. plus a scary moment for north carolina's head coach. and an amazing lightning storm captured from space. "early today" starts right now. good morning. oh, what a night. huge blowout win for the political outsiders in the new hampshire primaries. hillary clinton badly bruised, john kasich given new life and the rest are left to fight for their political lives. and donald trump winning nearly every demographic from men and women with and without a college
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conservatives and moderates. 65% who said they quote want a candidate that tells it like it is wanted it trump and most made up their minds more than a month ago. >> i am going to be the greatest jobs president that god ever created. remember that. we are going to start winning again. we don't win anymore. as a country, we don't win on trade, we don't win with the military. we can't beat isis. we are going to start winning asgen and we're going to win so much you're going to be so happy.o we're going to make america so great again, maybe greater than ever t before. i love you all, thank you, new hampshire. thank you, thank you, new hampshire. thank you, we are going now to south carolina.
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>> governor john kasich held 106 town hall meetings in the granite state and it paid off. and voters focussed on the economy and strong support from those whot oppose a ban on muslims entering the u.s. and those who want political experience. 21% of voters who made up their minds in the last few days also went kasich and he got a good showing from post graduates, ua older vogtersold er voters as well as moderates. >> there's something that's going on. that i'm not sure that anybody can quite understand. there's magic in the air with this w campaign. because we don't see it as just another campaign. we see this as an opportunity fortu all of us to change america, to reshine america. to restore the spirit of america
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>> chris christie also spent most of his time in new hampshire but with drastically different results. he finished sixth. he will reevaluate his future. it's an extremely tight race for third with ted cruz, jeb bush and marco rubio all a favorite. >> now wevo go on to south carolina. [ applause ] sro and on to nevada and super tuesday, the so-called se vrks erkssec primary. >> many left bush dead after iowa and last night he echoed mark twain. >> this campaign is not dead. we're going on to south carolina. the ropundants had it all figured out last monday f night when the iowa caucuses were complete. they said it was now a three person race between etwo
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tv star and while the reality tv star is still doing well, it looks like you all have reset grateful. >> andat a poor debate performance burst his so-called bubble and himself. >> i want to thank all of you. our team here in new hampshire didps a phenomenal job and i'm grateful to you. [ applause ] now, we are still watching these numbers. but i can just tell you i know many people disappointed. i'm disappointed with tonight. but i want you to understand something, our disappointment tonight is notin on you. it's on me. it's on me. i did not -- i did not do well on saturday night. so, listen to this. that will never happen again.
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senator bernie sanders surged pastd hillary clinton claiming 13 delegates to clinton's nine. the vermont senator channelled his innerdonald trump when describing his sizeable victory overic clinton. >> because of a huge voter turnout and i say huge -- we won. because we harnessed the energy and thye excitement that the succeed in november. [ applause ] >> clinton accompanied by her husband and daughter, chelsea, took to the stage after conceding the primary to sanders. she addressed the youth vote in which sanders has dominated throughout the campaign cycle. >> i know i have some work to do, particularly with young
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what iga have said this week -- [ applause ] -- even if they are not supporting me now, i support them. because i know -- [ applause ] i know i've had a blessed life but i also know what it's like to stumble and fall and so many people across america know that feeling and we've learned it's not whether you get knocked down that matters, it's whether you get back up. >> the former secretary of state also lost among women in new hampshire by 11 points according to the exit polls and back in 2008, women helped fuel her victory over barack obama. according to an nbc exit poll, candidate values played an exceptionally important roll in forming the strong base of support in his lopsided victory over clinton.
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premium on a candidate honest and trust worthy, outside the establishment for people quote like me, voted for sanders. and they turn their sites to south carolina with super tuesday following. and his campaign is a force to be recenned with. >> together we have sent a message that will echo from wall street to washington, from maine to california. [ applause ] and that is that the government of our great country belongs to all of the people and not just a handful of wealthy campaign contributors and their super pack.
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>> sanders will be in new york city this morning, not to meet with wall eestreet, but for a brek breakfast meeting with reverend al sharpton. he also met with sharpton in 2008 before ultimately winning thein nomination onroute to pennsylvania avenue. and clintona poll from december gaveec clinton a 23 point lead over sanders among likely caucus goers. in south carolina, clinton's fire wall is well in tact. she leads sanders by wide margin, 64% to 27%. and happening overnight, nbc news n reports that in the wake of clinton's new hampshire defeat, the campaign will bring onef the former deputy campaign manager
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and shemp also served as president obama's battle ground states director for his campaign in 2008. a dire warning from top u.s. intelligence officials from capital hill tuesday where james clapper told law makers he could not recall a time with more diverse an array of challenges and criessis. he discussed isis. >> isil's leaders are determined to strike that u.s. homeland. the fbi arrested nine and in 2015, that number increased five fold. they've taken advantage of torrent of migrants to insert operatives into that flow and they're pretty skilled at phoney pass ports. so, they can travel as
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>> clapper also discussed north korea's development of nuclear material and a missile system capable of posing a threat to the u.s. but noted it has not been flightot tested. a health scare on the sidelines of the north korea basketball game. roy williams collapsed during a time out. he wasti helped to the locker room by the team's medical staff. he later told reporters quote i'm not dead yet and blamed it on vert go. they rallied for the win 68-65. check out this time lapse from the european space agency aboard the international space station, a lightning storm. and high winds causing severe winds in oklahoma city.
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and nbc meteorologist knows lot about flooding and other things. >> a little bit of left over coastal flooding. we have this consistent trauf of low pressure. more snow showers on the way as well. not a lott of heavy snow for the big cities and especially north of town, light snow, a little slippery from time to time. we will see steady significant snow for the great lakes, up to a foot possible along the shores of lake erie and significant snows for lake ontario. cold again in chicago. 16 degrees your high for today. wind chills below zero at times. 42 in new york city, so a bit milder there. and los angeles, 88 degrees again and there's no sign of that heat evading. still in the 80s out west and we're much colder in the northeast for tuesday, 29 in the
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now a closer look at your day ahead. and temperatures are milder today in new york city, back to the 40s. snow showers on and off throughout the great lakes. 16 degrees in chicago, 9 in deluth. andd that's your wednesday forecast. >>fo thanks, rafael. more legal woes for martin shkreli. plus, another fainting spell to tell you about. this one at a pentagon hope everyone's okay. full details in two minutes.oktes. we is what you get. and i expect the same from my mascara. now, revlon introduces a new collection of mascaras that makes getting the lash look you want easy. so whether you choose ultra volume, super length, volume and length magnified, dramatic definition, or the ultimate all-in-one... the choice is yours. choose love a revolution in mascara.
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technology allows phones to lock with no parent means to override the lock. and oin in the new york daily news, rielle hunter says she was dating politician john edwards as late as last year. in her first tv interview, she tells steve harvey the couple dated until last february, for a total of nine years. it was believed to have ended in 2012. and he served as john kerry's vice presidential candidate in 2004. on the heels of the massive crane that collapsed in new york city, a crane in cincinnati tipped forward when it was trying to lift steel from the construction site. in illinois, she proposed a bill after watching a video
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fighting while class mates stood by faililming the brawl. and that looks almost like thor's hamhammer. it used to be owned by president lincoln. the initials weregraved on the side side. it was used to drive iron pegs the to fences. the storm battered cruise liner was cut short after the massive ship was damaged from a wild winter storm off the coast. passengers were forced to take refuge in their cabens for more than 10 hours. they're promising a full refund and a 50% discount on a future cruise. the catholic faithful observe ash wednesday. it's the start of a 40-day period of fasting for lent. they have an ash cross marked on their forehead to remind them of
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and we have some birthdays, elizabeth banks, 42, and mike spits is 66, and legendary singer roberta flak turns 77. keep it here for more news, weather and sports. thanks for watching "early
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have a great wednesday. announcer: live, local, breaking news. this is wyff news 4 today in hd. allyson: breaking news this morning. highway patrol tells us they were involved in a chase overnight. the video you see here is from the south carolina dot cameras along interstate 85. it shows where the chase ended, there at the 92 mile marker. that is near the gaffney outlets. troopers tell us the chase ended when the suspect pulled over and was arrested.
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information on how the chase started.


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