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until the vote in iowa. c's peter alexander explains >> reporter: tonight ould be the republan's final showwnorehe iowa caucuses iad doldtrump's no-sho is stealinhe splight. the front-runner stagingis own primetime event to raise money for veterans. gog head-to-head on tv with the fox news debate just three mile aw en drawing a pair of hi underdog opponents, mike huckabee and rick santorum. >> in aot of ways -- >> you're notiving em -- >>'m n walking away i was pushed away. i' not walking away. >>eporter: trump is defitly positioni himsf as the deal maker in chief. >> it's called an eye for an eye. >> i bout you so many vanilla milkshak, you owe me. >> y can do that any da >> rorter: tay t billionaire lnched thund-raising website ciming 100% of donations will hel vets. thenon't say
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campaign confirmso nbc news that trump wod be willing to debate ted cruz one on e just as soon as the canadian-bn senator gets a feder judge to rule on his elibility to be president. lester? >> all right, peter alexander, thank you. on the democrac side the race, o brand-new poll shows hillary clinton and bernie sanders lked in a virtual tie in iowa. debating over whether to hold more debates. meantime, clinton is also getting d ay from the til to raise more money. something heronent was quick to pounc on we g details fm nbc's andrea mitchell. >> rorr:t' a dead ht f the atsn wa ou new poll sho a close poll. the vermont senator has a commanding -point leadn new hampshe. with the race more competitiv both are now aing to more
nexteek in n hashire, if the democratic pty apoves the political world has changed a littl bit. it noweems hilla clinton wou lik another bate you know at, i said, that's fine i don't mind that. >> reporter: facing a longer than expected primary contest, clinton left iowa wednesday afrnn to goohilalphiao raise money fromn investment firm. somef m supporters, including my good frid jon bon joviad a fund-raiser for me. >> reporte but clinton's fund-isers plays rig into sanders' critics. >> does wall reet getaway with it? millns in campaig distributionsnd speang . >>hy isnhat a negave ad? >>oes it mention hillary clinton? >> nope. >> does it have any age of hillary inn? >> nope. aren't y suggesting -- >> i'm notuggesting anything at all. >> reporter: tight inton returned to iowa, andanders who
dest president ever ected president if he wins. he saidhe's in very od health. >> notith me. not with me. was a tough decision. do i get involved in senior boxing, challenge -- go for the light heavyweight championship, orun for prident. iecided toun for president. >> reporter: hil clinton iskn iowa tonit. she onlyust ok the stagetonight, though. because this contest s toh, s repeatedlyasoo ck to fd rse from t big , unlike sanders w has more than 5 million onlinecontributors. >> andrea mitchell, thanks. > our political rector, the morator of "meet the press," cck dd. you're in iowa. four days until the caucuses. how is this playing ther any sns of a blowback on the gd there? >>ot from abody that's thinking about supportitrump. and that'srobably od ns for m. look, he has figured out a way to steal the
debate before it stted. and there's already a t ofumors circulating around here that he may gure out how t st the spght r the date i over, thaaybe he shows in t spin room, or he figures out a way. and that's been his mpaign in a nutshell is he figures out how to almost pull the rug out from und his ponents. as for the debate tonight, ihink it's actual fascinating that trump's not onstage, and instead the focus wl be on ted cru and marco o. the other big news in our new n news/wall street poll h rubio , now in a strong thirplace position. what does tt me? ted cruz is hamme rubio with a new attack ad. tonight, lest, rubio , this actually could be the showdown worth watcng, and the o that could extend if trp lt >> a lot ofhings in ay. chuc thanks. a proam no, last night w talked to rnie sands, torrow night wll have my conversation with hilry cnton on the trail in iowa.
fore the voting begins. a warning now fro eorld health organization that the zika virusis, qte, spreading explosively. this year ale, 3 llion to 4 million inorth and south america could be infected with the virus lind to birth defects. the c said the number of people returning to the u.s. with zika is growing. nbc's t costello has re. rr: whity pnce isne of a few americans who has experienced the zika virus as a patient. was oer neymoon in bora bo he contracte zika thrgh a uito . hom she velod s sh, conjunitis,nd a heache. >>orn tired, kind of agging. i auay eed up sting o oor for about a d and a halfai becse of the joint paiecause it was painful to walk at that pot. >>eporr: d prince recovered a she was not pregnant bziltoda n news was with a 20-yr-old as she
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>> we just thought it sn't worth theisk. to go. weusrobay couldn't live with ouels if somethi everidhappen. reporter: meanwhe, the national institutes o heal tod sai it hopes to start clinal drug trials this year, but a zika vaccine cld be years away. tom costello, nbc news, washington. >> a mystery that played out hours late this afrnoon in the new rk area, a reports started to stam in of what felt li an earthquake from the jersey sho all the way to long isla a connecticut, prompting a flurrf 911 call rns out it was acally a seriesf sonic booms caused by a mitary as in maryla conductilit te the n ey coast. mystery solved. justot of frayed nerves left behind. >> and we have breaking news onhe nse stalemate in egon, t federal refuge seized by ti-governmen protesters. four ldouts rain d we'reearing a convoyas lef the
roadblock has bee removed. sis that things may be coming to a conclusionthere. e lder had urged them to stand down. bundy was aested tuesy when violence erupted during a traffic stop and left on member of his group dead. e've got an exaordinary access into an. and in a rare intervw, the amican educated head of iran's nucle ram reveals to nbc's ricrd engel never-before-heard details about the ntroversial deal that lifted inrnatnal nctions on ira >> reporter: ltle is knownbout how iran ended up making a deal with itsld enemy, the united states. but now in the first ameran interview since the deal, the head o iran's atomic energy oation to nbc newis cotrs supre les eye dole la entrted him with hammerg outhe deil of e nuc agreement. withinlimits. >> h said, i do not trus the amicans, t ok, i tst you.
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