. >>> let's go back to savannah in new hampshire. >> matt, thanks. we're going to begin this half hour with the new hampshire primary, as you'd expect. the race, the fight for voters remains wide open. we're going to talk to republican hopeful chris christie in a moment. he's here live. first, a look behind the scenes at the critical battle playing out here today. revolution >> reporter: with donald trump's poll numbers looking like he's a lock for first place tonight. >> it's been incredible.
of course, today was the new hampshire primary. this is a big deal, yeah. all the candidates spent the day with their supporters, except for ben carson who's still waiting in the hallway. but we -- ben? ben? ben? ben? come on out, ben. [ cheers ] ben, you can go now. ben? ben, are you -- >> steve: yeah. aw. >> jimmy: not only was today the new hampshire primary, it was also national pizza day. >> steve: ooh. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: so, one way or the other, chris christie will be [ laughter ] and it's gonna be -- it's a [ applause ] and in keeping with tradition, a town called dixville notch was the first town to cast their ballots in the new hampshire primary. yeah. even people in dixville notch dixville. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> steve: notch! >> jimmy: well, it seems that as the campaign wears on, the candidates are really starting to go at it. in fact, jeb bush recently told supporters that he thinks donald trump, quote, "needs therapy." at first, trump was insulted, but then when he heard it would be an hour of talking about himself, he was like, "sign
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