craig bosswell, cleveland night team. was probably his last trip to cleveland as president. all to support hilary clinton. >> hello cleveland! mr. obama denounced trump's comments about women and wasted no time getting to point, urging the crowd to vote for clinton. >> there is something we can do about it. right here in ohio, a badle ground state. ohio's always close and so you vote, vote early right now. >> i thought it was awesome. he mentioned how we need to get out and we need to protest our rights at humans, civilizeed citizens. >> early voting has already started in america. 45 million americans expected to vote before election day. >> a sad and tragic story from cleveland's west side. getting more answers about last night's in a wheelchair. 2 drivers were drag races. they collided, lost control and hit the 5a -year-old victim. officers said the driver was either drunk or high, a passenger in her car was seriously hurt. police are looking for the other driver. >> there is still flood damage, right now in north carolina, danger, too. river expected to crest overnight.
craig bosswell has the story from washington, d.c. >> hillary clinton ran away from the south carolina presidential primary. cbs news projects that clinton beat vermont senator bernie sanders by a wide margin. >> thank you so much south carolina. >> exit polls showed 84% of black voters went with clinton and she also dominated among women by nearly 50% and hopes americans give clinton a chance >> the main thing on her mind is to see that the americans have what they need to have. >> with more than 800 delegates up for grabs next tuesday, sanders looked past south carolina and the next few days is on vermont, massachusetts, vermont, oklahoma and colorado. sanders was in texas earlier on saturday where he is fighting an uphill battles in the poll >> if all of you come out to vote and you bring your friends and your neighbors and your co-workers, we are going to win here in texas. >> thank you, alabama. thank you. >> clinton campaigned in alabama before returning to south carolina for her victory celebration. >> we're going to compete for every vote in every state. we're not taking anythi
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