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good morning. i'm reena ninan. >> and i'm kendis gibson. this morning on "world news now" -- >> super tuesday. blowout. donald trump steam rolls the competition picking up a string of crucial victories. trump was triumphant across the south and new england. boughed by gop voters looking for a political outsider. >> on the democratic side, and the night belonged to hillary clinton making a clean sweep over bernie sanders across the south with the help of minority voters. clinton immediately pounced on trump. calling himdy visive. full coverage straight ahead. and despite a ming with the president on tuesday, republican leaders don't appear vo have changed their mind over a supreme court nominee. they are standing by their commitment to not consider a new justice till after the elections. >> and breaking overnight. astronaut scott kelly returning to earth after spending nearly a year on the international space
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station. kelly and a russian cosmonaut landing just hours ago in kazakhstan. kelly now heads to houston for a homecoming as well as medical tests. those are some of our top stories on this wednesday, march 2nd. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> all right. let's begin with the latest results because even at this early morning hour, they're still counting some votes in overnight hours. >> and trump sweep soog the deep south and getting the two new england states. cruz winning his home state of florida and neighboring oklahoma. rubio with his first victory of this campaign in minnesota. trump coming in third there. >> taking a look at the delegate count now. trump in the lead but he really is far away from he needs to secure the nomination. >> on the democratic side, hillary clinton winning seven states. bernie sanders keeping hope alive taking four states including colorado and minnesota. >> but it was a big night for hillary clinton racking up
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hundreds of new delegates, leading the count to date. still though a long way to go. >> as the frochbts runner gain new ground, they're putting new distance and even further distance between their rivals? but there's no word that anyone plans to drop out anytime soon but this new round of critical victories is making trump and clinton virtually unstoppable. abc's marci gonzalez is live in austin, texas. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, kendis and reena. here in texas, a loss for donald trump but as you just said that, certainly was not the case in most of the other contests. after a day and night of long lines and ballot counting, abc news projecting major wins for front-runners donald trump and hillary clinton. >> the stakes in this election have never been higher. and the rhetoric we're hearing on the other side has never been lower. >> i am a unifier. once we get all of this finished, i'm going to go after
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one person. that's hillary clinton. >> reporter: among the states projected to be taken by clinton, texas. the powerhouse state with the most delegates, also giving ted cruz a crucial win at home. >> so long as the field remains divided, donald trump's path to the nomination remains more likely. and that would be a disaster for republicans. >> reporter: a home state celebration for busy, too. the projected winner in vermont saying he is undeterred by clinton's overall success. >> it's not winner take all. by the end of tonight, we are going to win many hundreds of delegates. >> reporter: and senator marco rubio also vowing to stay in the race after winning his first state. >> i will campaign as long as it takes and whatever it takes to ensure that i am the next president of the united states. >> reporter: and that projected win for rubio was in minnesota. he and the other candidates are
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now looking ahead to the next big primaries in michigan, ohio, and florida. kendis and reena. >> before you go, i'm curious about voter turnout. how was it in several of those states? >> reporter: here in texas, there were really long lines to vote but mo records broken here. there were records broken on the gop side in three states in massachusetts, oklahoma, and virginia. also in virginia, some of the precincts got so busy ha they ran out of ballots. and they had to use photocopies. >> kendis and reena. >> at least it wasn't hanging chads. >> none of that yet. thank you. the good news, the bars at sixth street stay open till 6:00 a.m. >> good to know. >> all right. well, you heard briefly from busy there in marci's report. sanders isn't slowing down one bit. he's got events scheduled today in maine and michigan. >> he told supporters last night he's not done fighting.
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abc's david wright was at the sanders event. >> good morning. the party is over here at bernie sanders headquarters. apparently nobody is telling the candidate or his campaign. bernie sanders among the first to come out and declare victory seizing the moment of his slam-dunk here in his home state in vermont. before he knew the results in any of the other states and vowing to fight on saying he will end the night with hundreds of new delegates to the convention. and with the money he needs to carry his campaign forward. clearly, they were hoping for a few more victories. but the sanders campaign says they will take this the distance in the weeks and months to come, making their case to the american people that bernie sanders not hillary clinton is the candidate who is best able to represent the democratic party particularly with the republican nominee donald trump. kendis, reena? >> abc's david wright in vermont. thank you so much. stay tuned for in-depth
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analysis. our political team is standing by for early morning roundtable discussions. that's just in a few minutes. we want to turn our focus to another developing story this morning. severe weather in alabama, injuring at least four people. it even forced polling places to close for a time last night. the national weather service has confirmed at least one tornado and two other potential twisters. the tornado southwest of birmingham packed sustained winds of 675 miles an hour. seriously damaging at least a dozen homes, uprooting trees and downing power lines. >> further north, a snowstorm hitting the great lakes region dumping several inches of snow from green bay to chicago to western michigan. police across two counties in the milwaukee area reportedly 62 crashes. and calls from is two dozen stranded driver who's careened into ditches. many schools and government offices throughout the region will be closed today. the snow in chicago triggered a couple of run away spinoffs at o'hare international airport. you see this private jet? it was forced actually the
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closing of the run waif there after it slid off pavement and shortly after that an american airlines jet slid on a taxiway having to be towed back to the terminal. no one was injured in either of the incidents. >> that's all o'hare needs for more delays. >> delays, right. we're happy to a no students were injured during a rather unique trial run that took place at a community college near l.a. >> that trial involved four electric shuttles that made the rounds on campus testing navigation systems. >> it was created but a small silicon valley startup. it has no steering wheel but does require a human to hold down a trigger on a joy stick. if that is released, the shuttle comes to a stop. >> they want to be the big man on campus. >> i guess so. luckily nobody was hurt. yesterday we had the alarming story about the google driverless car ta got into an accident. it wasn't ticketed. >> i'd like to tell that university that's someone's
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and that would be a disaster. >> well, the race for the white house taking a big turn last night as the super tuesday results have come in, spelling major victories for the clinton and trump campaigns. >> and here to break it all down, these guys, the brains of abc's political coverage, rick klein, so shanna walsh and did he ever dwyer joining us at this early morning hours. we got a lot of information, rick, from the exit polls including something interesting about these candidates' voter base. >> look, the bottom line for me is that we have looked for republican divisions. the party's not divided. they're embracing donald trump. you see massachusetts and alabama and tennessee and arkansas and all these states regional diversity and ideological diversity inside the party. the thing is, if you judge the party by its voters, donald trump owns this party right now. the leaders are saying something different and are not comfortable with it. the voters are speaking clearly and similarly across states.
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>> when it comes 0 those leaders, republican establishment, their ipods have been playing johnny cash god is going to cut you down. should they be listening to beyonce's formation? how do they reconcile the difference, come on girls, get in formation. >> they're definitely panicked. is it too late? one example of the panic is new anti-trump super pac formed called our principles behind it. meg whitman, paul singer and just yesterday, they got jeb bush's former spokesman on board. and they have ads out. really the question is, is it too late. >> that is the big question. and i was trying to think of another beyonce song. >> you do love your beyonce. >> yeah. >> continue the analogy. >> a lot of ways bernie sanders is seen by many supporters as irreplaceable. that's the closest beyonce i could get. at this point, it seems as if the tide is turning against him right now. >> that's right.
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clinton looks absolutely unstoppable right now. and she began this campaign as someone who was the likely nominee. she was the presumed democratic nominee. now she's earned it. she had the scare in iowa. she took a huge hit in new hampshire. she's really come back now and tonight we see her sailing out of super tuesday with that strong lead that she's earned. >> and quoting the weekend. >> that's right. >> rick, we really saw from the exit polls two different pictures. what republicans wanted is someone more of an outsider. the democrats are going towards political experience. what's going to happen when it comes down to november if it's down to the hillary and trump campaigns. >> you're seeing the divisions in the country play out in the way you're seeing races begin to settle. front-runners come at this with entirely different resumes and rationales speaking to different thoughts and passions of the votes. the fact one party seems close to nominating hillary clinton sort of the ultimate insider and the other party is closer than ever to nominating donald trump, the ultimate outsider tells you
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this is going to be an epic clash. we look for why is this race going to matter. this is no the a hard one to define if this is hillary clinton against donald trump, we know what the big forces are. the votes are speak to that right now. >> what did we learn about donald trump last night? rick mentioned he can appeal to the cracker barrel crowd as well as a whole foods crowd. what did elearn about donald trump? >> look at those exit polls, he dominated in so many different groups. but the one group that really i just shocked me the most is evangelical voters. he emmed ted cruz out. it was close but he edged him out. this is someone ted cruz called vulgar and profane but the thrice married gop front-runner won evangelical voters tonight. >> my moms says it is corinthians is acceptable. >> i was going to say to play the contrary argument, there is a red flag for trump tonight. marco rubio won a state.
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it's good for marco rubio but it was trump's worst performance in the state of minnesota. he finished third place there. with so many midwest states coming up, you have illinois coming up, ohio a big prize, those states coming up, perhaps there is a little bit of a silver lining. > he got like two net delegates out of minnesota. >> we're not talking about the delegates. >> but if it was for the hillary camp, who would the dems like to see? >> hear her campaign say it's totally excited to run against donald trump and take the example this week. kkk scuffle, the david duke example. they want to see that front and center. i think you've started to see a little bit of it from hillary. >> we're going to continue to torture these guys. >> we're going to ask the team actually what they learned most from super tuesday that surprised them. stick with us. >> going to hang out for a little bit? >> you know it. i pinky promised my little girl a fabulous
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♪ tuesday's gone with the wind >> we decided to go with lynyrd skynard for music. it was here and now it's gone. super tuesday. most of the votes count. we're back with the master minds of abc's coverage. we want to ask you guys, what did you learn from super tuesday
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that you didn't know monday morning. >> thank you for the stylings that make us -- i learned that marco rubio may be smoke and not fire. i am shocked by the fact that he invested as much as he did in states like texas in particular, also alabama and vermont and is going to walk away with a goose egg, a big old round number that is zero of delegates out of these states. this is an a level campaign. they know how it works and were stressing we're going to eat into cruz's lead. he was confident even talking about george stephanopoulos tonight. he's going to get delegates just about everywhere. >> what the doesn't resonate with voters? >> his attacks, the kind of childish. >> the small hands. >> and spray tan and all that, that it back fired. it reduced had imin size literally as donald trump said that little marco rubio. he was reduced in the minds of vote ares. >> that means he didn't get 20% of the vote. >> that was the threshold. this was not a surprise and they didn't get it. >> one of the most surprising
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things that happened right before super tuesday when we learned that bernie sanders raised $42 million in february alone. that's more money than marco rubio raised in his entire campaign. what's also surprising is that bernie sanders who likes 0 talk about billionaires but doesn't really like to talk about money was talking about it tonight at his campaign event. >> it doesn't get him any further. he had a lot of money that didn't help him in the end. >> he says he's going to go to the convention and going to california in june. that has a bounty of dels. he has the money to go there. >> we were watching you typing away during the abc coverage last night during primetime coverage. what shocked you as you were there working. > i got to tell you, one of the most fascinating things to me is the most important quality voters want to see in a candidate is the candidate shares their values. where does donald trump fall in that? he is the worst rated candidate in all the states last night and in fact from every state i think in the candidate that shares my values.
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so what is going on here? how can you win when the republicans don't think you share his values? it's because there are two other qualities that trump no pun intended, he brings change to washington and actually tells it like it is. those are his qualities. >> i was interest interested in one exit poll his proposal to ban noncitizen muslims from entering the country supported by 6% of republicans. >> no one talked about this till donald trump. it's like the republican party didn't know what they wanted till trump arrived and started talking about these things. to have two-thirds of them on the same page is remarkable. >> a lot of people were talking about chris christie. >> there was that look. we got a shot of it. trending on twitter. >> free chris christie. >> bored standing behind there or. >> what was the deal with that. >> the most unlikely allies. >> what is that look? >> i think it's just utter shock at what's happening even at this moment. >> in front of his eyes.
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it is about making a political revolution. when we bring our people together, when we do not allow the donald trumps of the world to divide us up. >> this has been an amazing evening. already we've won five major states and it looks like we could win six or seven or eight or nine. they say the lotser of the night was marco rubio and it's true. he didn't win anything. hasn't won. at least you can say that ted has won something. you know, marco has not won. >> you see, just five days ago, we began to unmask the true nature of the front-runners so far in this race. five days ago, we began to explain to the american people that donald trump is a con artist. >> we can nominate a washington dealmaker propane and vulgar who has a lifelong pattern of using
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government power for personal gain. we are the only campaign that has beaten donald trump once, twice, three times. >> a lady? i was going with three times a lady. >> i know you were. >> not quite. an interesting night. also to see the exit polls showing that republicans are looking for change and democrats kind of want a political insider. >> somebody who has experience and you saw that was reflected in the vote on super tuesday. it's going to be interesting to see what happens next. of course, we have michigan coming up in a week and then florida and ohio following. > looking forward to it. >> that's the news for this half hour. >> remember to follow us on facebook wnnfans.com.
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this morning on "world news now," the big winners on super tuesday. >> from the record turnout to donald trump's sweeping victories. can any of his republican rivals make up for lost ground? also, hillary clinton's gains and disappointments after the super tuesday vote. what she's telling supporters with bernie sanders winning serl states. >> security showdown. apple's intense legal fight over a terrorist locked iphone. the blame game and privacy debate on capitol hill. >> and later difficult questions for "dancing with the stars" host erin andrews. reliving an agonizing experience in court. her heart wrenching testimony as her case moves forward. it's wednesday, march 2nd. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> we do say good morning to you on this wednesday. i'm kendis gibson. >> and i'm reena ninan.
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>> we're going to start of course, with the political showdown that developed last night. donald trump and hillary clinton have tightened the grip on their front-runner status after what was the biggest one-day haul of the primary season. >> trump sweeping the dean south and getting wins in vermont and massachusetts, cruz inwith his home state of texas and oklahoma. rubio with his first victory of this campaign in minnesota. trump coming in third there. >> let's do the math on the delegates. trump in the lead but still far from what he needs to secure the nomination. >> on the democratic side, hillary clinton winning seven states. bernie sanders keeping hope alive. taking four states. that includes colorado and minnesota. >> that said, clinton racking up hundreds of new delegates leading the count to date. both front-runners though are looking ahead to a match-up in the general election using their victory speeches to trade jabs. >> it's your voice, your vote. abc's marci gonzalez is covering all the victories from austin, texas. >> the polls are now closed in
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every from super tuesday state. here's in texas, a loss for donald trump. but that wasn't the cases in almost every other contest. after a day and night of long lines and ballot counting, abc news projecting major wins for fronts are uppers donald trump and hillary clinton. >> the stakes in this election have never been higher. and the rhetoric we're hearing on the other side has never been lower. >> i am a you know fire. once we get all of had finished i'm going to go after one person. that's hillary clinton. >> reporter: among the states projected to be taken by clinton, texas. the powerhouse state with the most delegates also giving ted cruz a crucial win at home. >> so long as the field remains divided, donald trump's path to the nomination remains more likely. and that would be a disaster for republicans. >> reporter: a home state celebration for bernie sanders, too. the projected winner in vermont
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saying he is undeterred by clinton's overall success. >> it's not winner take all. by the end of tonight, we are going to win many hundreds of delegates. >> reporter: and senator marco rubio also vowing to stay in the race after winning his first state. >> i will campaign as long as it takes and whatever it takes to ensure that i am the next president of the united states. >> reporter: it was a big day with possible record voter turnout in several of the super tuesday states. the candidates now looking ahead to the next big primaries in michigan, ohio, and florida. kendis and reena? >> marci, thank you. as marci mentioned cruz managed to win his home state of texas avoiding a loss that could have delivered a fatal blow to that campaign. >> cruz also won in neighboring oklahoma and pointed out he sharply differs from donald trump on key issues. abc's byron pitts with the senator in texas. good morning, byron. >> reporter: well, when ted cruz
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took the podium he was flanked by his wife of 14 1/2 years, their two small children, family and friends. he claimed victory making the case that he is now the only republican candidate who can walk down donald trump. and while that was his statement, the mood in the room was less celebratory and more relief. i talked to i an fwlub of supporters is afterwards one gentleman telling me, yeah, we won two states. four would have been better. i don't see the matthau we can beat donald trump in the end. so at the end of super tuesday, the republican field will be just as crowded on wednesday with rubio saying look, wait for me. i can walk down trump once we get to florida. cruz making the case to you he's the only alternative but lots of republican who's we talked to here in texas are anxious. they believe that it may be too late for any other republican candidate to walk down donald trump. reena, kendis, back to you. >> thank you so much byron.
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let's get down to some analysis from what we've seen from voters. >> a short time ago, we spoke with our political team. >> we have looked for republican divisions. party is actually not divided. they're embracing donald trump. you see massachusetts and alabama and tennessee and arkansas and all these states regional diversity and ideological diversity inside of the party. the thing is if you judge a party by its voters, donald trump owns this party right now. >> a lot of ways busy is seen by many of his supporters as irreplaceable. it seems as if the tide is turning against him. >> that's right. clinton looks unstoppable right now and she began this campaign as someone who was the likely nominee. she was the presumed democratic nominee. now she's earned it. she had the scare in iowa. she took a huge hit in new hampshire. she's really come back now and tonight we see her sailing out of super tuesday with that strong lead that she's earned. >> and our political coverage is far from over. we're going to hear from insiders from the hillary clinton campaign after her
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political gains last night. that's later in this half hour. well, some legal rulings involving two of the republican candidates starting with ted cruz. a judge in illinois has dismissed a lawsuit which claimed that cruz shouldn't be allowed on the ballot in that state because he wasn't born in the u.s. the case was thrown out on a technicality. attorney who fileded said he still is deciding whether to appeal. and a ruling from a court here in new york says a fraud lawsuit against donald trump can continue. the suit alleges that trump's former school for real estate investors called trump university was unlicensed. and defrauded students by having them enroll in increasingly expensive seminars. it seeks $40 million in restitution and damages for thousands of students. trump asked that the suit be dismissed. the court rejected the request. >> the showdown between apple and the head of the fbi. at issue whether the computer giant should comply with a judge's order to unlock an iphone owned by one of the san
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bernardino shooters. we get more now from abc's elizabeth hur. >> reporter: from the courthouse to capitol hill. >> if you're expecting somebody to obey an order to do something they don't want to do and you haven't figured out whether you could do it yourself. >> reporter: the case pitting apple against the fbi took center stage in washington with both sides making that case before the house judiciary committee. >> should the fbi be allowed to stop apple or any company from offering the american people the safest and most secure products it can make. >> we're asking apple take the vicious guard dog away. let us try and pick the lock. >> reporter: the fbi insisting they're not asking apple to create a oh called magic key. they want access to just one iphone for clues. >> is there somebody else and are there clues to what else might have gone on? that is our job. >> reporter: apple has already asked the courts to have this case thrown out. arguing unlocking that one phone compromises the security of millions can of others. >> the only way we know would be to write a piece of software
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that we view as sort of the software equivalent of cancer. >> reporter: also weighing in is attorney general loretta lynch from a cybersecurity conference saying for the victims and the public, the government must do everything under the law to fully investigate terrorist attacks. kendis and reena? >> thank but.another sex abuse scandal involving the catholic church is erupting in pennsylvania. it rivals the scope of scandals in boston and philadelphia. two bishops in altoona are accused of covering up hundreds of abuse cases by more than 50 priests an religious leaders. that's over a period of 40 years. the state's attorney general says no charges have been filed as the statute of limitations has expired in most cases. >> the sexual assault case against bill cosby in pennsylvania has been put on hold pending an appeal. cosby was expected to appear for a preliminary hearing next week bug that will now have to wait while judges decide whether to have the case thrown out as cosby has requested.
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turning now to another developing story this morning. at least one confirmed and two other potential tornadoes in alabama. at least four people were injured by a twister southwest of birmingham. packing sustained winds you have 75 miles per hour. at least a dozen homes sustained serious damage. trees were uprooted and power lines were downed. >> it wasn't a tornado but an out-of-control suv that all but destroyed a restaurant in newtown outside of boston. killing at least two people and injuring at least seven others. the restaurant was packed with diners at the time of this accident. and several people were also on the sidewalk. the suv's driver and passenger are believed to have suffered only minor injuries. no word though on what caused that crash. and that suv slammed right into a home right there in omaha, nebraska on the other side of the wall was a 12-year-old boy's bedroom. jeffrey moore wasn't injured. possibly because had he moved his bed to the other side of the room before going to bed.
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just hours before the crash. the driver a 56-year-old man was arrested on dui charges. of in south dakota, a victory for activists supporting transgender rights. the governor has retoed a bill that would have made the state the first in the nationings to require transgender school studentston use bathrooms and locker rooms that match their sex at birth. had the republican governor says the bill does not address any pressing issue. the bill's sponsor says he will not fight the veto. so regular viewers of our show may recall a little while back we featured the newest creation of an bagel shop in brooklyn, rainbow bagels. now a doughnut shop is getting in on the act. >> mo's dougs doughnut shop, that's quite a sentence there, it's also in brooklyn cranking out rainbow doughnuts. it you believe it? it sold out on its first day of sale. >> mo says the result is not the result of food coloring but
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achieved by combining different doughnut batters. that's an interesting concept. it's not just food coloring and chemicals. >> my daughter makes this is with her play-doh machine. i sendler to go work for them. >> i hope this tastes better than those. not bad. we'll check it out. coming up "the mix," who is making a political statement using cow manure? >> also ahead, insight from hillary clinton's campaign. whats iners are telling us as we continue our super tuesday coverage into super wednesday. >> later humiliation and heart ache for "dancing with the stars" host erin andrews facing one difficult question after another in court. >> don't forget to follow us at abcwnn. you're watching "world news now." i pinky promised my little girl a fabulous garden party for her birthday. so i mowed the lawn, put up all the decorations. i thought i got everything. almost everything!
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returning to our top story, donald trump and hillary clinton relishing their super tuesday success stories. trump trounced his fellow rivals claiming all but a few victories. ted cruz won a couple of races including his home state of texas. marco rubio picked up minnesota, his first victory and bernie sanders is still in the running holding off clinton for the win in several states. hillary clinton follows up her big super tuesday win with a rally and concert in new york. among those performing katy perry and elton john.
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>> clinton's team still sounding notes despite her victories last night. >> good morning, reena and kendis. a big win for hillary clinton. she celebrated in miami, florida not in a super tuesday state. she's clearly looking ahead. her speech to a fired up crowd made little mention of bernie sanders. she focused on the gop, namely donald trump and took a knock at his campaign slogan saying we shouldn't make america great again, we should make america whole. >> this country belongs to all of us, not just those at the top. not just to people who look one way, worship one way or even think one way. we have to make america whole. we have to fill in. fill in what's been hollowed out. >> reporter: despite her lead, sources inside the campaign tell
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me they're not ready to say the primary is over. they're confident where they stand and they think come mid-march she'll be too far ahead for bernie sanders to have any realistic chance of winning the nomination. reena and kendis? >> i found it interesting was they were wondering would bernie sanders be able to make up the vote with the black vote. and in the south very important in some of those key states. it turns out hillary clinton won blacks five to one when compared to bernie sanders and hispanics 2-1. >> the other thing that's striking, this is the first time in the primary process that hillary clinton won the white vote which she had not in the previous races bense bernie sanders. she is solidifying her situation. >> it's a fun one. it will be a long one, as well. coming up in our next half hour, finally feeling the weight of gravity. astronaut scott kelly landing back on earth overnight after spending over a year at the international stays station.
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what we hope to learn from his record breaking stay in the cosmos. >> but first another difficult day if court for erin andrews breaking down on the stand during cross-examination. the defense arguing that the nude images taken by her stalker made have helped her career. you're watching "world news now."
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well, it was another emotionally charged day in court for erin andrews undergoing cross-examination in her $75
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million lawsuit. >> having to relive the pain of discovering that she was filmed in the nude in a hotel andrews was also asked if those images actually did hurt her career. abc's eva pilgrim is covering this case. >> a second emotional day on the stand for erin andrews. >> do you believe you will ever get over this? >> no. >> detailing how her life has changed since a stalker posted a naked video of her on internet. andrews is suing the man who kretly recorded that video michael david barrett as well as the owners and managers of the marriott for $75 million, claiming the ho fell made it easy for him to film her as she got out of the shower nablgd. nakds. >> the lawyers began the gruel agexamination of and druze. arguing the nude recordings have not had a negative impact on her career.
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>> you also got an endorsement for diet mountain dew. >> yes. >> you also got an endorsement for florida orange juice. >> yes. >> reporter: she says while her career has done well, her anxiety has not diminished. staying in hotels is still very hard for people. >> i look for lights. i look for red lights. i look to see if there's cameras. i check the bed. i check the alarm clock. i check the phone. >> reporter: the defense tried to get the judge to dismiss the case. he ruled that the trial will continue and an injury will ultimately decide. eva pilgrim, abc news, nashville, tentena. >> part of the things the jurors have to look at is how he was placed in the room next to her. was it negligence on behalf of the hotel and how was she unwear. one of the things she's saying is they never told her he had asked to be in the room next door. >> he was downstairs near the restaurant, asked for erin andrews room, then saw it pop up on a computer screen, found out what room number it was and then
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stop laughing at me, kendis gibson. >> it's time for "the mix." we're going to get to bernie sanders first. apparently you can get a tattoo in vermont in support of bernie sanders. this is him. he had a good victory in his home state of vermont on super tuesday but residents at a local business called artists inc .are showing their support by getting cool tattoos. it's located in which knew ski. you see this woman, see her? this is christine st. clair. she got her tattoo on her ankle but you can get it anywhere you like. >> is that right? >> you were saying you needed a new tattoo. >> maybe on the back somewhere. you know. all right all right. no, i'm not feeling that bern or pinch. not at all. so with our politics theme going
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here "the mix," you know, i'm going to go out on a limb and say that donald trump is not loved by everyone, including this farmer that you see there. his name is jerry from strasbourg, ohio. so this is what he did with his farm. the sign that says no trump. but guess what, that sign it's made out of c.o.w. cow manure. >> what? >> 15 of his live stock, yeah, that stuff. >> where did he put all that stuff? stockpiled it and lined up. >> lined all up, yeah. tomorrow he's going to light it on fire. >> wow, talk about dumping on trump, huh. >> that is a trump dump. >> trump dump. there you go. >> you like that. >> that was good. >> all right. thank you. reebok has a new advertisement. free sneakers if you can run 10 1/2 miles per hour. >> how fast is that. >> it's in stockholm. apparently the sneakers are in a
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glass case. it is has a speedometer. it's attached to that glass case. you have to see how fast you run. if you can do 10.5 miles in one hour, you get those sneakers. i do three miles frep 30 minutes. you go three plus three, that's six miles. i'm four short. >> i have this breaking news just in. reebok apparently is still in business. who knew? >> they're doing good. they're doing good. >> so check this guy out. the important thing, you go to a basketball game. even you pay all that money to go see the knicks and then on top of it, you're going to lose your beer whether he the ball comes near you for no apparent reason? this is during the game against account portland trail blazers at the garden. >> whoa. >> he lost his beer. >> but you know what? it will dry. >> it will dry and it seemed like he was a good sport about it. >> yeah. i mean, he's. >> alcohol abuse. >> he's used to losing
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this morning, your voice, your vote. super tuesday southern sweep. >> donald trump and hillary clinton rolling through the south, racking up state after state. trump declaring victory. >> we've won five major states, and it looks like we could win six or seven or eight. we're going to make america great again, folks. we're going to make it great again. >> on a quest to defeat the billionaire businessman, marco rubio getting his first win, but his campaign to discredit trump mostly falling short as ted cruz picked up states of his own. >> god bless the lone star state. >> on the democratic side, bernie sanders flush with millions in new donations not going anywhere. winning several states. >> i am so proud to bring vermont values all across this country.
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>> clinton looking past sanders, taking aim at trump's signature slogan. >> america never stopped being great. we have to make america whole. >> on a night that belonged to the front-runners, where do all the races go now? full results and analysis starting now. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> we do say good morning to you on this wednesday after super tuesday. i'm kendis gibson. >> and i'm reena ninan. >> and what an exciting night it was, and what an exciting campaign it is going forward after the single busiest day of the primary season. it is looking more and more likely that it will be a trump and clinton match-up come november. >> and let's take a closer look at the results. trump sweeping the deep south and new england. cruz winning his home state of texas and in neighboring oklahoma. rubio with his first victory of this campaign in minnesota.
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trump coming in third there. >> okay, now take a look at the all-important delegate count. trump in the lead but still very far from what he needs to secure the nomination. >> on the democratic side, hillary clinton winning seven states. bernie sanders keeping hope alive, taking four states including colorado and minnesota. >> but we do know this. clinton is racking up hundreds of new delegates leading the count to date. still though a long way to go for her. well, republicans handing donald trump his overwhelming win were apparently motivated by his outsider status. >> trump delivered his victory speech at his las vish club in palm beach, florida, calling himself a unifier and taking aim at hillary clinton. abc's paula ferris is there. good morning, paula. >> reporter: good evening, reena and kendis. the trump camp tells us they're extremely happy and the things that stood out to them, the number of first time voters and crossover voter who's voted for
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donald trump on super tuesday. the significance of the fact that he had this at his headquarters in florida cannot be lost on anyone. florida is marco rubio's home state. they vote two weeks from today and right now trump has a commanding lead over marco rubio. trump referencing his significant ties to the state of florida saying his campaign headquarters at the mira lago club which he owns. though this was a big night tore donald trump, he's got his sights set on the next coup of weeks. >> hillary clinton was propelled to victory by democrats looking for political experience. >> clinton secured big wins in all the southern states up for grabs and she picked up the lion's share of the delegates over bernie sanders. and chipped away at his support among the younger group, the 30 to 44 age group. clinton looked past sanders to the general election and a likely match-up with donald trump. >> instead of building walls, we're going to break down
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barriers and build -- build ladders of opportunity and empowerment. >> and clinton also lashed out at the gop accusing the party of turning its back on working and middle class americans. >> let's get more insight on this incredible night at the polls from the key state of texas. >> our own abc's marci gonzalez is live for us at this early morning hour in austin, texas. marci, a big night, no doubt, as we mentioned for hillary clinton in texas as well as other southern states. but this really wasn't a complete slam-dunk. >> reporter: no, it really wasn't. it was a fairly good night for bernie sanders. he won as expected in his home state of vermont but he also is projected to pick up three more wins in oklahoma, colorado, also one other state, sanders points out though these are not winner take all contests. so even in the states where he didn't win, he is still going to pick up some delegates. he's moving forward with momentum and also doing really
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well with fund-raising. in february, he raised about $42 million. that's twice as much as the clinton campaign in january. kendis and reena. >> incredible. he has been raising a lot of money. but what is his campaign saying there tonight? >> reporter: they are undeterred by clinton's success last night saying they're moving forward, they're taking this campaign all the way to the convention. >> and talking about hillary clinton once again, i believe she was in florida last night for her victory speech. it is a big day ahead for her. what's next? >> reporter: right. so as you mentioned shy is looking ahead to these next big primaries. she was in florida last night. their primary coming up march 15th. but tomorrow a busy day. she's heading your way with two events in new york city. >> all right. abc's marci gonzalez live for us in as youtive, texas, at this early morning hour. marci, thank you. some very interesting findings
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we should point out from the exit polls. a good gauge of how voters are feeling. when asked should the next president come from outside the political establishment, 50% of republicans said yes. only 15% of democrats agree with that. >> and on the flipside, when you asked should the next president have experience, 81% of the dems in blue there said yes, and 39% of republicans in red, they said they want someone with political experience. keep it right here for more super tuesday election coverage and analysis. we'll check inning with marco rubio's campaign, that's later this half hour. we're going to move onto the politically charged battle over the supreme court nominee. despite a meeting with the president on tuesday, republican leaders don't appear to have changed their minds. they are standing by their commitment to not consider a new justice until after the election in november. democratic leader harry reid joked that the group spent a lot of time talking about basketball.
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>> and another high profile showdown, this one between the fbi and apple playing out during hearings on capitol hill. fbi director james comey and apple clashing over whether the computer giant should comply with the judge's order to hack into one of the san bernardino shooter's iphones. >> the fbi is asking apple to weaken the security of our products. hackers and cybercriminals could use this to wreak havoc on our privacy and personal safety. >> there's already a door on that phone. essentially we're asking apple take the vicious guard dog away. let us rye and pick the lock. >> the director admitted it was a mistake when the fbi asked the county which owned the phone to reset the password. for farook's icloud account. had the password not been reset, the phone may have made a fresh backup available to investigators. >> the nation's largest electric company says it's coming under increasing cyberattack, much of it from hackers backed by foreign governments. the ceo of duke energy which
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serves more than 7 million customers tells the a.p. that the number of cyberattacks his company deals with every day is astounding and they're coming from nation states that are trying to penetrate systems. the sports authority says it's on track to shut its doors permanently. the struggling retailer says it plans to file for chapter 11 bankruptcy if it can't find a new buyer. the sports authority is facing heavy debt and fierce competition in the face of the new retail trend. fashion focus athletic wear taking customers away from traditional sporting goods stores like the sports authority. >> i may or may not be wearing my yoga pants under this suit. the future is looking good for fast food chicken, especially if you're willing to chuck your cell phone. chick-fil-a is offering customers in 150 stores a coop not for chickens but for your cell phones. families who ditch their devices while chowing down will be rewarded with a free ice dream cone. it's called ice dream cone.
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chick fay lay says they're trying to create a space where family and friends can spend quality time together. >> so you'll do it at chick-fil-a. >> i'm vegetarian. >> so it doesn't matter. you'll check your phone there anyway. >> they do have salads over there. food getting us hungry. no matter what you think of democratic candidate bernie sanders, a brewery in his home state of vermont might have just the drink for you. >> oh, boy. yep. it's called the bernie weisse, a product of the zero gravity brewery in buryington, vermont. the beer is described as a slightly sour, forward thinking berliner weisse. berliner. see, i'm not a beer drinker. thank you, gentlemen. >> beer drinkers will know what that means. they started selling on super tuesday morning and about half of it was gone in the first hour. >> wow. guess it's good. >> it's only available at that particular brewery, by the way. >> just looking over the notes here on this one. apparently it's 3.2% alcohol by
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volume. so it's a light beer. >> 3.2? that's not even like a good belgian ale. >> i'd try it. >> a few of them standing out there. coming up in "the skinny," some new pictures of britney spears, and i want to see if you'll be able to recognize her. >> that's a tease. also ahead, returning to our super tuesday coverage with a look inside marco rubio's campaign after a night that really belonged to donald trump. >> and later, making history. this morning, astronaut scott kelly who just arrived back on earth after a record-setting mission. that is after our forecast map showing snow in the plains and western new york. you're watching "world news now." because i'm a woman...
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returning to our top story, blowout wins for donald trump and hillary clinton. the front runners swept the south picking up a big share of delegates. bernie sanders won in four states. ted cruz clinched his home state and oklahoma. and after a week of firing off bruising insults at trump, marco rubio picked up his first victory in minnesota. >> as for marco rubio, he's holding a campaign event today in michigan. rubio and the other republicans are preparing for tomorrow's debate which will take place in detroit. >> the florida senator is expected to continue hammering away at the front-runner donald trump of course, just as he did last night in miami. abc's linsey davis was there. >> reporter: good morning, reena and kendis. marco rubio manages to get his first win. he's now 1 for 15. but you certainly couldn't tell tonight. he was energetic.
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he was upbeat. the crowd equally so. one of the first words out of his mouth, donald trump. he called him a con artist. he said, look, state by state, the polls show that donald trump's numbers are going down and ours are going up. he said pundits want to call me an underdog. i'll accept that because we are a country of underdogs and we will win. evers very optimistic looking forward to the florida primary which is just two weeks away. 99 delegates at stake. a winner-take-all state. he says i know how to win in florida. interestingly the polls show donald trump is actually favored to win here. reena and kendis? >> that's the striking thing. if he loses on march 15th in florida, many are saying that they don't see how he can have a path to go forward. >> there was actually a very conservative influenceal group in florida today saying they are likely going to endorse ted cruz. how much of a blow coo that be to his campaign. there are people talking he could be put in for the next race for florida governor possibly.
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so there's already buzz about that but how long can he stay in? people waiting to find out. >> one of the things rick klein who we're going to have in one of the half hours was mentioning that it really was an awful night for marco rubio. for one thing, in texas, he might not have won a single delegate. the same story possible in tennessee and oklahoma. they're still counting but if he didn't make that 20% threshold, he might not have picked up a single delegate in those states. that's really a big deal. >> exit polls showing what republicans want is someone with a fresh set of eyes more of an outsider, not a washington insider, someone who's been entrenched in the political system like marco rubio perhaps. >> in the meantime it, i should point out that the new york daily news, speaking about trump, the headline this morning simply reads "make america migrate." clearly they're not a fan. they say the complete guide to escape america if trump should win. >> coming up, a celebrity photoshop controversy. >> plus, why britney spears says
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she just doesn't really care what people think anymore. "the skinny" is next.
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♪ skinny, so skinny our "skinny" lead this morning, lena dunham apologizing for a photoshopping accusation.
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>> the star of hbo's "girls" apparently unable to be recognize herself on the cover of a magazine. dunham posted a picture of herself from a previous photo shoot and accused the magazine of doing more than the average photoshop. >> but later she apologized saying "it's a weird feeling to see a photo and not know if it's your own body anymore." dunham then thanked the magazine for helping bring the issue to her attention and said that she's "going to get to the bottom of this in a bigger way." i wonder what that means. >> we never photoshop around here so that's never a problem for us. next, let's see if we think britney just looks this good or if there's photoshop involved. a different batch of celebrity magazine photos are getting attention overnight. >> britney spears with a different look in this spread for this magazine here. you see it's taken by mario testino who has shot many famous faces including princess diana. we're not sure how touched up these shots are, but the
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34-year-old mom of two certainly isn't camera shy. this is "v" magazine. >> in the interview for the magazine, spears talks about her upcoming album about being judged in the public eye saying i really don't care what people think but she looks amazing. >> why do we think it's photoshopped? >> it just looks a little tweaked. >> in what way? >> i don't know. there are no fine lines. >> see, i can't really tell. i'm one of these people who can't tell when things have been photoshopped. if you don't bring it to my attention. she looks great. why is that not -- >> have you seen your abc glamour shots? i'm kidding. i'm kidding. those have never been touched up. >> thanks, kendis. >> kidding. >> how much longer are you going to be staying here? >> exactly. >> next the question fans everywhere have to answer. batman or superman. ahead of the new film where the two super heroes face-off. a decision has to be made so that ben affleck who plays batman decided to prank some tourists at warner brothers
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studios while waiting in the batmobile. >> that's kind of cool. when the guide asked who they think would win in the epic battle, many went with the obvious choice of superman. a dismayed affleck quickly took issue with the choice. when affleck confronted some fans, they didn't exactly recognize him. one fan even asked, are you real? >> i would have thought it was like some super dummy. >> it's pretty cool. nice stunt. >> and finally here, a couple of quick notes about a popular series getting the reboot treatment. abc's parent company disney announced the casting of "high school musical 4." ten years after the original premiered, no word yet if there will be appearances from the alumni of the first franchise. >> yes. >> and nickelodeon's "legends of the hidden temple" is coming back in the form of a fictional made for tv movie. following three siblings trying to overcome obstacles. we'll unsure if they'll be on the side of the purple parrots or the blue barracudas, of course. it will premiere later this
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with every flush. lysol. start healthing. ♪ yeah, click ♪ here am i sitting in a tin can far above the world ♪ >> 340 days in space may sound like fun but it's tough on the human body and that stretch of time was how long astronaut scott kelly was floating along in earth's orbit. it's incredible he's back. >> until he finally landed overnight. researchers hope that kelly's feat of endurance can help us take a leap toward a mission to mars. he had a big thumbs up. abc's lauren lyster has more. >> reporter: astronaut scott kelly tweeting photos of his last sunrise from space. with that hatch closing on the russian soyuz capsule kelly
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heads back to earth, this after 340 days orbiting earth on the international space station. kelly is now the american who has spent the most time in space. >> i'm ready to come home. it's not like i'm climbing the walls or anything to get out of here. i recognize the importance of what we're doing. >> reporter: kelly handed over command of the iss to start the process of leaving. >> which, of course, is always bittersweet when you leave this incredible place. >> reporter: he said good night to earth one last time posting this photo on twitter. >> engines thrust. >> reporter: last year this so use rocket launched from kazakhstan beginning kelly's journey. >> a year in space starts now. >> reporter: the point of the nasa mission to figure out if humans could survive a trip to mars that would require a year and a half in space. back here on earth all year, scott's twin brother, retired astronaut mark kelly, has been undergoing testing at the same time. scientists will compare the two men when scott returns. mark telling abc news last year. >> i had the real easy part.
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>> reporter: after all this, does scott think humans can make it to mars? >> from a subjective perspective, i think absolutely. >> scott kelly back on mother earth after 340 days in space. >> reporter: overnight, kelly touching down in kazakhstan. now testing will begin to understand how the long time in space has affected kelly's body. before this, only four humans had spent a year or more in orbit on a single mission. reena and kendis? >> it's true. the effects on the body, your taste buds can change. your bone mass. your muscles can all change completely. >> and they did give him a quick medical checkup. i should point out, he's going to get back home fairly quickly. he's expected tonight in houston, texas. >> i hope his brother is cooking dinner tonight. >> he should. and gabby. >> don't miss our updates on facebook at wnnfans.com. our updates on facebook at wnnfans.com. hi, anne.
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