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this morning on "world news now," new hampshire's frustrated voters choose donald trump. and bernie sanders, the first primary results of 2016 and what's next for a long list of candidates. >> including hillary clinton. sounding defeated by sanders. her message to her campaign as she focuses on south carolina. we have extended coverage. >> new details this half hour, growing concerns about the vicious zika virus. the olympic athletes having second thoughts about competing in brazil and the best repellents to fight mosquitos. and late area johnny depp's decision to take a new movie role. this is a character you may have trouble see. that's in "the skinny" on this wednesday, february 10th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning on this busy
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wednesday. i'm reena ninan. >> and i'm kendis gibson. of course, it is busy because we're talking all about the big election results and some are still questionable right now whether or not who came in third place in new hampshire. >> which i would say is important to know moving forward who's going to drop out, what's going to happen in south carolina, nevada. >> absolutely. we did get this result. former virginia governor jim gilmore has received more than 100 votes in the new hampshire primary. and that's a big deal because that's almost tenfold compared to what he received in the iowa caucuses. he's still in the race. >> oh, boy. >> so let's talk about the landslides in new hampshire. voters in the nation's first primary throwing crucial support behind donald trump and bernie sanders. >> sanders triumphed over hillary clinton by winning over a majority of men, women, young people and independents. trump came out on top of the republican pack. john kasich clinched second place. a few points ahead of the three-way battle for third.
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we begin our coverage with abc's david wright. >> reporter: donald trump is the projected to win the republican primary. the democrats bernie sanders who celebrated by playing hoops with his grandkids. moments earlier, hillary clinton had called him to concede defeat. >> because of a huge voter turnout, and i say huge -- >> reporter: governor kasich came out of nowhere and is now projected to take second. >> how could any man be so lucky to have all of you. >> reporter: third place still too close to project, between rubio, bush -- >> you all have reset the race. for that i am grateful. >> reporter: and cruz. >> and the exact results are unknown. but right now, it appears that we are effectively tied for third in the state of new hampshire. >> reporter: depending who ekes out third place, the biggest casualty in new hampshire may be marco rubio. >> i did not do well on saturday night. so listen to this. that will never happen again. >> reporter: referring to saturday night's abc news debate
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where rubio repeated that same memorized line from his stump speech over and over again. >> and let's dispel once and for all with this fiction that barack obama doesn't know what he's doing. >> there it is, the memorized 25-second speech. there it is, everybody. want to begin by congratulate agsenator sanders. >> reporter: hillary clinton was gracious in defeat. suggesting she hopes to be the comeback kid in south carolina. >> it's not whether you get knocked down that matters, it's whether you get back up. >> reporter: despite her huge loss in new hampshire, the odds are ever in her favor moving forward in these hunger games. stay tuned for south carolina and nevada next. i'm david wright in concord, new hampshire. >> and it really was an unforgettable night with the republicans leaning right and the democrats leaning left. >> and trump and sanders walking away as winners. abc's marci gonzalez continues our coverage live from manchester.
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hey, marci, good morning. let's talk about some of the other candidates, including a very emotional chris christie. >> reporter: hi, reena. yeah, he got very emotional during his speech tonight. he put a lot into the campaign here in new hampshire. and it just didn't work out the way that he hoped. so in his speech tonight, he said that he's actually going to go home to new jersey instead of carrying on to south carolina as he insisted that he would. so he's going home he says to watch for the final results from last night and to make the decision whether or not he will stay in this race, but he says he has no regrets about the way he ran his campaign here. >> and the second place republican, john kasich, he just tweeted that he haanan event in mt. pleasant, south carolina, tomorrow morning. but what are we hearing about his campaign going forward? >> reporter: he has a busy day in south carolina today. but some are racing concerns about whether he'll be able to be have a repeat of what he saw here of that kind of success.
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he did really well here because he spent more time in new hampshire than the other gop candidates and held more than 100 town halls here. but his opponents are now trying to capitalize on this perceived idea that he's going to be weak moving forward. bush -- jeb bush sent out a note to his supporters and staff saying that there's a good talking point about kasich saying that he has little to no chance in south carolina and does not have the national organization that can compete. so kasich has a bunch of events planned in south carolina. he is saying he's staying positive and thinks he can do well there. but some people are raising questions. >> it was old school politics that helped kasich win in new hampshire. he really hit the ground running there. >> he did. >> we'll see how this bloodbath turns out in south carolina. abc's marci gonzales, live in manchester, thank you. do stay with abc news all morning long as we cover the new hampshire primary. we're going to check in with the hillary clinton campaign. that's later this half hour. republicans on capitol hill are calling the president's $4
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trillion budget plan dead on arrival. among his proposals a major new tax on crude oil that would raise the price of gasoline by 24 cents. the budget largely leaves alone huge benefit programs like medicare, social security, medicaid and food stamps. house speaker paul ryan called the budget a manual for growing the federal government at the expense of hard working americans. a grim warning from america's top intelligence officials. they now say that isis will attempt direct attacks on the u.s. sometime this year. national intelligence director james clapper testified before a senate panel. he is calling isis the country's top terror threat and warns of terrorists posing as regulars to -- as refugees to sneak into other countries >> concerns about the zika virus continue to grow in the u.s. there are now 66 confirmed cases here in this country. 19 states and washington, d.c. some new states that are on the list now include delaware, indiana, ohio, pennsylvania, and tennessee. and overseas in china, that country reporting its first case
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of the virus. a man who had traveled to venezuela. >> and "uss soccer star hope solo says if she had to choose whether to go to the summer games in brazil right now, she would not go because of fears about the zika virus. solo told "sports illustrated" she would never take the risk of having an unhealthy child. the woman's national soccer team was scheduled to be briefed last night about the zika virus outbreak. >> so scary for some female -- for so many of those female athletes. there's another health hazard for pregnant women this morning, one we've known for decades. data shows that more than 8% of data from a large national survey shows that more than 8% of women reported smoking tobacco during their pregs. when compared to previous years, the figure is an improvement. but investigators overwhelmingly agree any amount of smoking is detrimental. turning to you to the weather. and winter storm warnings for the mountains and higher elevations of the mid-atlantic region. up to 4 inches of snow has fallen in washington, d.c. and
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baltimore and light snow is continuing across central pennsylvania which could eventually see half a foot before the arctic cold moves in later on this week. and the storm system dumped snow as far as south as huntsville, alabama. the national weather service says a winter weather system moving through the state could dump as much as 2 inches of snow in higher elevations there. several school systems had delayed openings yesterday because of slick roads. from that cold to possible record high temperatures again today in southern california. it felt like midsummer in los angeles and orange counties and across much of the region. today's forecast calls 88 degrees in l.a., that would mean an all-time high record. temperatures are expected to remain in the low 80s. that's well into the weekend. in oklahoma, firefighters are expecting another day of dangerous grass fires. low humidity and strong winds have ever been pushing the flames across bone dry parcels of land. students in one area were kept late at school while crews worked to put out fires
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threatening their homes. police are telling drivers avoid roads that are shrouded in smoke. it sounds like basic common sense, but you kind of forget sometimes. >> that's the reminder right there. today's forecast, windy, dry, hot again out west.l. snow around the great lakes and northeast. chilly in the southeast with freeze warnings in northern florida. >> as we mentioned, 80s notice los angeles and phoenix. 60s in miami and portland 40s in kansas city and atlanta. 40s for new york and boston. 16 in chicago, oh, chilly 11 for minneapolis. well, they had terrific weather in denver for the bronco an's big victory party. it starred with a mile long parade. >> von miller at one point hoisted the lombardi trophy. while riding on top of a fire truck. denver's mayor estimating that 1 million people watched the parade or attended the rally that followed it. plenty of kids were
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saluting their heros despite school being in session. excused absences were offered but only if parents let school officials know beforehand. >> and those notices probably went out sunday night after the game was called. >> exactly. it's really fun to see. i love it because it's so important for cities and such a great sense of spirit. >> having lived in washington the last five years, we haven't seen that. >> you haven't seen that. >> i wouldn't know what that's like. >> there's always the nationals though. they don't play in the super bowl though, do they? >> no, they play in the world cup. >> the world cup. all right. we're going to fix that. >> coming up in "the skinny," the legal battle for drug company ceo martin shkreli and the wu tang clan. >> interesting duo. also ahead, bug off. the best repellents to fight off mosquito bites in the middle of the zika crisis. >> but first, we return to our top story, the new hampshire primary and what hillary clinton's loss means to her campaign. you're watching "world news now."
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>> turning to our top story, a tidal wave of voter discontent has swept donald trump and bernie sanders into the major victories in the new hampshire presidential primaries. and in a shake-up of the gop race john kasich has launched himself into second place. and as of this hour, ted cruz jeb bush and marco rubio have maintained a tight three-way race for third place. still too close to call. >> yesterday's balloting in new hampshire was a stinging defeat for hillary clinton. >> both she and her campaign expected sanders would win. but not by this much. a 21% margin. abc's liz kreutz has the latest
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from the clinton campaign in new hampshire. good morning, liz. >> reporter: good morning, reena and kendis. hillary clinton just wrapping up husband bill, daughter chelsea by her side. she called sanders to congratulate him last night. the clinton campaign always knew this would be a tight race but the loss here is a real embarrassment for them. ffrz they've conceded that sanders has tapped into anger and frustration among voters. here's what is clinton had to say in her concession speech overnight. >> 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. >> reporter: now the big question is what's next? campaign sources telling me their focus is shifting to the next two states up, south carolina and nevada where hillary clinton really needs to tap into that latino and african-american voter bloc in order to propel her to the nomination. reena and kendis? >> people would say that's one of hillary clinton's strengths
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is she does really well with minorities particularly the african-american, latino community. >> it's going to be a tough road said. but that said bernie sanders is trying to tap into that world. he's meeting with reverend al today at some point i believe in the new york city area. so it's not necessarily a fire wall for the former secretary of state. >> he's got a lot of money, too. so if you've got a little bit of money, keep going. >> he's outraising hillary clinton. >> interesting point. capitol coming up, the rapper who brought his mom to battle for him. >> okay. and why kelly clarkson's baby daughter is a bit of a diva. "the skinny" is next.
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♪ skinny, so skinny ♪ well, this is exciting. leading "the skinny" this morning, big news for one of reena's favorite rap groups. >> i don't know why bernie sanders isn't meeting with them. wu-tang clan fighting against infamous ex-pharmaceutical ceo martin skrel celly after beefing with congress by pleading the fifth and calling them imbeciles for investigating him. that's what they said. he now has a killer on his trail as in ghost face killer. rapper released a video slamming shkreli for gouging drug prices while winning an exclusive album they
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auctioned off to him for $2 million. ghost face let's shkreli has it but then he brings in the big guns, his mama. >> you wicked boy. you wicked boy. how were you raised? >> tell him, ma. >> do you have any morals? >> tell him, mama. get him. >> i can't believe you. come on now. this man is too good for you. >> bring in mama. see, jeb bush did it. now wu-tang clan is doing it. bringing in mama. and in a strange twist, shkreli ghost face and other wu-tang clan members find themselves on the same side. >> a new york artist is suing shkreli, wu tang and the album for $2 million over copyright infringement claiming his portraits of group members were included in the auctioned album without his permission. >> i get why bernie sanders didn't meet with the wu tang clan. maybe he thought it would be too much right now. he'll meet probably with his mama. mama's bad. >> big news out of hollywood for one of its best known leading
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men, johnny depp, tapped for a major reboot. >> depp had a rough 2015 on the big screen. there was a ridiculed flop "mordecai" and a strong performance in "black mass" that yielded very little in awards recognition. regardless, depp is moving forward. we've learned last night he will star in al adaptation confident h.g. wells story, "the invisible man." this was first made for the big screen in 1933 and starred claude rains as the scientist who becomes unhinged after turning himself invisible. i like the old school remakes. >> we'll see how depp does. kelly clarkson has finally revealed the big project she's been working on. it is a children's inspired book inspired by her baby daughter. >> the original american idol made the announcement yesterday in a video. look at her. she's just so cute. this video was posted to social media, the title of the book "river rose and the magical
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lullaby" speiered by clarkson's world travels with her daughter rose. but she reveals it isn't always easy working with the young talent. >> you try and talk to her, she shuts the door right in your face. she's such a micromanager. she's like going down the hall making sure you're doing your job, you're doing your job. >> cute. >> i want to get this one. this looks adorable. the children's book is out in october of this year. >> and finally, exciting news for fans of the current classic animated film "frozen." you'll soon be able to follow princess elsa on her quest to find her sister all the way to broadway. >> the musical adaptation slated for spring 2018 opening. there will be a prebroadway engagement. >> disney is the parent company of abc. >> comes from upstairs. voice of god upstairs. >> really? >> okay. >> i'm still trying to get into "the lion king."
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♪ well, finally this half hour, the growing concern over the zika virus with more confirmed cases in the united states, the white house is now announcing it's asking congress for nearly $2 billion to combat its spread. >> but the question we all have, is how can we protect ourselves from all of this? consumer reports is reissuing its exclusive list of the most effective mosquito repellents. and abc's linzie janice has the details. >> reporter: concerns surrounding the zika virus at an all-time high. the cdc raising their response to the highest level of activation, assigning staff to
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work 24/7 on the response. and while the world continues to spray pesticides to try to kill off the mosquitoes, what can you do to keep from being bitten? >> deet is safe and effective. >> reporter: "consumer reports" rereleasing ratings for mosquito repellents. highlighting their results regarding the aegypti mosquito known for carrying and spreading zika. consumer reports finding these three products to be the most effective. sawyer fisherman's formula picaridin, natrapel and off deep woods eight. we found against the zika virus were the ones that contained either 25% deet or 20% picaridin. both protected for about eight urs. >> those infected with zika may become ill with symptoms like fever, rash joint pain or red eyes. and when pregnant women become
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infected the virus has been linked to a severe birth defect, microsefly. while the cdc says it's safe to use repellent while pregnant or nursing, they recommend using an epa registered insect repellent and pay close attention to the instructions on the product's label. linzie janis, abc news, new york. >> that's a big fear. i know when i was pregnant i didn't want to put -- you didn't want chemicals. >> you don't want anything. it's a frightening thing. the olympics are only six months away. a lot of these female athletes are worried what the situation will be come six months from now. we'll see. all right. don't miss our updates on facebook @wnnfans.com. >> so much more coming up on here on "world news now." stick with us at abc. more coming up on "world news now." stick with us at abc. .
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this morning, "your voice, your vote," the blow-out in new hampshire. >> huge voter turnout and i say huge. >> fed up voters delivering landslide wins to bernie sanders and donald trump. >> you are going to be so happy, we are going to make america so great again. maybe greater than ever before. >> throwing more chaos into the republican race providing john kasich's campaign, other candidates left reeling. >> our disappointment tonight is not unusual. it's on me. it's on me. >> once considered untouchable hillary clinton in a fight of her life. >> i know i have some work to do particularly with young people. >> and appic shake-up from this first in the nation primary. complete coverage and analysis starts now.

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