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for hillary clinton as well. home state of arkansas, lived there for 18 years, bill clinton of course governor of that state and virginia as well a key swing state in the general election. here's the big one for hillary clinton tonight. break through in the northeast, a win in massachusetts. i'm here with cecilia vega, you covered that campaign from the start. this one was the one that mattered the most. >> this is one they were hoping to win. clearly, they're claiming victory and very happy about this. this is also the state that bernie sanders needed to win. if he couldn't win in massachusetts, where can he win big? that didn't happen for him tonight. the road to super tuesday success for hillary clinton was through the south. she won big among african-american voters. george, i was down in those states talking to voters, so many voters i met had no idea what bernie sanders stood for.
is looking narrower and narrower tonight. >> hillary clinton hoping to put it altogether and all away in the state of florida. matt gutman is there tonight with the clinton campaign. >> reporter: a very confident and very energized hillary clinton here tonight, george, and also very energized crowd. the mere mention of donald trump seemed to be the thing that got them going, originally when we heard all the projections coming in, the donald trump projection of the state came in, they booed. when hillary clinton was mentioned they cheered loudly. of course, everything seems to be looking beyond this particularly primary and toward the florida primaries that take place on march 14th. a banner on the wall said vote early. >> matt gutman thanks very much. more on what the voters were thinking. david muir is at the decision desk right now and republican and democratic voters right now, battling different things. >> take a look at this, a split between republicans and
asked should the next president come from outside the political establishment. look at that, 50% of republican voters say they want an outsider. only 15% of democratic voters wanted an outside. when we break it down, 63% went to donald trump who wanted an outside outsider as president. but when asked experience as a president. 39% of republicans said yes. experience versus outsider status which led to those victories for trump and clinton today. >> david muir, thanks very much. donna, let's start with the democrats right there and hillary clinton. democratic voters wanted a candidate that kashdcarried on barack obama's policy and no question
able to capture voters throughout the south where black voters make up more than a quarter of the population. she now has momentum going into states that reflect that broad diversity, so this is an advantage for hillary clinton. as you know, bernie sanders will also reach some delegates tonight as well. >> that's right, he's won four states. meanwhile, bill, on the republican side, those outsider candidates all year long, democrats like their leader, republicans are not happy with their leaders in washington. donald trump, ted cruz doing well. >> yep, i mean, democrats are happy with their democratic president. republicans are unhappy with the democratic president and decided over the last few years to be very unhappy about republican leaders as well. it was a good tuesday for donald trump. he's the leader in the race, no question, he'll have attend of the day, about 250 delegates ted
them, will have won about 320 delegates. hillary clinton is pretty comfortably ahead. this race, there are two possible paths, trump winning or trump not winning and ending up with a brokered or contested convention. everything depends on two weeks from tonight. if he wins florida and ohio, it's probably over. if he loses both of them, we're probably going to a contested convention. if he wins one and loses one, hard to tell. >> many more invested in the last 4 hours in this never trump, stop trump movement in both of those states. >> up to this point, the arguments against donald trump have all failed, the arguments that he's not conservative tonight, he doesn't have the temperament enough to be
looking out for the little guy who represents donald trump's voting base within the republican party. it remains to be seen if it's too little too late. >> cokie, you had the two republican leaders in the house and senate. paul ryan of the speaker of the house and mitch mcconnell, clearly distancing themselves from donald trump. >> it was remarkable. both said they wouldn't involved in this presidential campaign. the remarks about the ku klux klanened the hesitancy of donald trump to move away from their endorsement, really got to those republican leaders. but, you know, george, this is awfully little awfully late. if those republican leaders wanted to do in donald trump they should have done this many months ago. >> jon karl, you have a candidate here, donald trump, who's attacked john mccain, the candidate in 2008, loser because he was attacked. all of the republican leaders, yet, republicans couldn't come one a coordinated campaign
>> yeah, just now starting this effort. it's astounding. when we look back at this campaign, one of the big questions, he may be destroying the republican party as we know it. in another way, he's united the republican party. his two biggest victories tonight were in alabama and massachusetts, winning in the south, winning in new england, winning along different income levels, different education levels. he united republican voters as he absolutely divided republican leaders. >> with all kinds of voters. okay, we got a lot more to get to. we'll get to the question, can anyone stop trump? senator marco rubio is going to join us. we'll be back. i take pictures of sunrises. it's my job and it's also my passion.
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alabama, arkansas, georgia, tennessee, texas, virginia and massachusetts. bernie sanders winning four states, home state of vermont, oklahoma, colorado and minnesota. as i said, ted cruz has won two states, texas and oklahoma tonight. byron pitts is there with the cruz campaign in texas. >> reporter: george, ted cruz took the podium earlier this evening flanked by his wife, two young children, family and friends and he made the case that after tonight, he's the republican party's best alternative to donald trump. at one point during his remarks he asked the spotters of some of the other candidates to prafrlly to consider him. the crowd's mood this evening was less celeb ra toir, seemed more like a sense of relief. long after cruz left the room, we spoke to three of his supporters.
were supposed to, won oklahoma. the other guy said i don't see with the math how we go forward. and another guy said, i love ted cruz, i support ted cruz, after tonight, that dog won't hunt. i don't see the clock hanging in there for us. >> that was the victory party. ted cruz was expected to do a lot better in the south. byron, this is all about the math the delegate math. here with jon karl. the magic number for republicans, 1237. the number of delegates you need to secure this nomination going into cleveland. >> a big, big night for delegates for donald trump. look at this, 192 delegates for donald trump. 66 for marco rubio. but then if you look at where the race stands overall, you get a sense of the lead that donald
delegates to just 149 for ted cruz. again the magic there, 1237 is where they have to get. >> the states switch to winner take all. >> especially florida, marco rubio's home state and ohio, whh is of course john kasich's home state. >> which is why, matthew dowd, john kasich and marco rubio are sticking in. if they win their home states they might be able to block donald trump, get this to a brokered convention. >> the republican party which donald trump is now taking over and changing it into what the way he wants it, they started with plan a, ignore donald trump and he'll go away a. that didn't work. plan b was, find a candidate, beat donald trump and win before you get to the convention. that didn't work. the plan c is prevent donald trump from getting a majority of
cleveland and then take the nomination eye way from the plurality victor which is likely donald trump and substitute someone else in and that is fraught with risk. >> donald trump has said from the very beginning if he doesn't think he's being treated fairly by the party, he'll run as an ind e pendent. >> right now, he's holding the cards. he's using that as an option. he doesn't like the establishment ganging up against he doesn't like the other candidates ganging up against him. >> bill kristol, one of the things that we're seeing on the republican side is that threat going both ways. maybe they'll have a conservative run as a third party if donald trump gets the nomination. >> i think they're planning that matthew dowd's plan c is the one
clear majority of the delegates. that's the difference between the parties. right. i think a lot of conservatives, republicans felt they couldn't support donald trump. we could have a third party this fall, i think. >> in the men time, kirsten, an all-out effort in these two next weeks, trying to find a way to stop trump in ohio and florida. >> lot of folks view ohio and florida as absolutely critical because of the number of delegates at stake there. by march 15th, you're looking at these winner takes all. it may be too little too late. again, we have only just begun to see folks on the republican side prosecuting a side that hillary clinton is going to be showing. but at this point with donald trump so far in the lead, if you look at the next few states, poll after poll show donald trump with a big lead. >> earlier this evening, i spoke
his hopes on the state of florida. senator marco rubio from florida. we talked about his disappointing finish tonight. we're waiting to see what happens in minnesota as well. i was 15, 20 points down in virginia in every public poll. he won his home state of texas and the neighboring state of oklahoma. >> he's beating you pretty handily. in his home state of texas, for sure. here 's the bottom line, the map from here on out, it gets better for us. his whole strategy was built on the southern states. we within on the other hand has shown growth.
points in every poll. we narrowed that to nothing. we feel really good about minnesota. i think looking forward at the map now, the states to come. victories. winner take all, we love the way the map shapes up for us. especially if it's a narrower field. we have the opposite, we have people telling us, you have to fight on. that's what's happening. go to our website, marcorubio.com. i asked people to join our efforts. we have had record days of people signing. >> up senator, your 15 points behind in florida, aren't you? excuse me, all public polls -- >> i don't believe those polls. that's one poll. no, no. we have seen other numbers that indicate otherwise. we'll win florida, i'm confident of that.
what we're exactly getting with donald trump a world-class con artist. by the way, how could the republican party ever nominate someone who refuses to condemn the did youku klux klan as he did this week. a vote for donald trump is a vote for hillary clinton and people are starting to realize it. as you watch tonight, he has underperform the public polling in every state on the map. >> that was senator marco rubio earlier today. you see that in the minnesota caucuses right there. linsey davis is in florida tonight with the rubio campaign. he's talking in very confident terms in the state of florida. what we'll see over the next two weeks, to borrow a phrase from ted cruz, a carpet bombing. >> it's like the good news is, marco rubio just got his first
rubio just got his first win. he finishes off the night 1 of 15. you really couldn't tell that based on his enthusiasm and his energy on the stage behind me tonight. and the supporters were just as jum beat. one of the first words out of his mouth, donald trump. he said, look, this guy is a con artist. the polls show in several states, donald trump's numbers are going down and our numbers are going up. the pundits say i'm an underdog and i'll accept that. because this is a country based on underdogs and we will win. he was down right bullish about his chances winning in florida in two weeks. saying i know how to win in florida. >> linsey davis. we'll take a quick break. more on the democrats and the possible epic battle between
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the anthem of the bernie sanders' campaign, another improbable campaign, he gets two victories tonight. and there's his crowd here in times square as well. a army of young people tonight. winning vermont and oklahoma as well. tonight, i want to go to david wright who's at the bernie sanders' victory celebration in vermont. >> good evening, george, this was an early night for bernie sanders hp he was the first candidate of all of them to come tonight. coming out after his one slam-dunk of the evening, his home state of vermont.
justify, rationalize his continued presence in the campaign. on the plus side, he said today, that he will finish the night with hundreds of new delegates. and he also, his campaign announced new fund-raising totals today. for the second month in a row, they're outfund-raising hillary clinton. in february alone, he raised $42.7 million, most of that in small donations, averaging 27 bucks apiece. he says he has the means to continue in this fight. >> enough money to go all of the way to the convention. i want to go david muir, you're going through the exit polls on how hillary clinton put this together. >> the coalition that led to these victories tonight. she led among men by 53% to 45%. the breakdown of women voters on the democratic side, clearly way out ahead of sanders, 65% 33%. white voters, hillary clinton, almost a tie there. 50% 48%.
and latino voters. black voters, 83% to 15%. hispanic voters, 67% to 33%. gives you a clear vision of where the clinton camp plans to go. >> you have more on how she built up those numbers in south. >> these numbers are astounding. she's crushing bernie sanders. in alabama 59-point lead. 44 points in georgia. this was their strategy. they were spending a lot of time down there. they have been spending a lot of money down there. those numbers that david just mentioned 5 to 1 she's leading over black voters. but bernie sanders is not going anywhere. he's defiant tonight. he's taking this past the convention. he as the money to go far. >> jon karl, but pretty big lead for hillary clinton. >> it's a delegate tsunami for hillary clinton. lot more delegates to be
she'll get a lot more and if you look at where things stand overall, the four other contests, look at this lead she has. this is where they have to go, 1,462 more to go. she's got this huge lead built up over bernie sanders and remember the democrats, every single primary and caucus is por portion portional. if he starts winning races, hillary clinton will continue to add to their total. >> i whatn't to bring that donna brazile, you know what this looks over the democratic side. once you build up, a hard lead, hard for the challenger to catch up. >> we reward on the democratic performance. this is a good night for hillary clinton. no question that bernie sanders will accumulate delegates whether it's in minnesota,
but she'll win a large chunk of delegates because she'll win those areas where the democratic performance is very, very high. >> and matthew dowd, she has a bit of a balancing act right now. she hasn't put bernie sanders away yet. she has to keep one eye on bernie sanders and one eye on the republicans and donald trump. >> i think she's turning -- she's turning full well -- we're moving toward a fascinating clash of the titans in this course of this. if donald trump continues to roll and hillary clinton continues to roll, you have the ultimate outsider, no political experience against the last political dynasty with a resume, a political resume, anybody would be the envy of anybody. >> it's incredible. nate silver, the head of fivethirtyeight.
you called the 2012 election on the nose. explain how all the experts, with the possible exception of matthew dowd, completely missed donald trump. >> i think there's nothing like donald trump in many decades of american politics. every 40 years or so, a party realignment where the coalition of the two parties doesn't resonate with the voters anymore. i think that's the magnitude we're seeing with donald trump. i don't know if you call him a black swan or not. this isn't politics as usual. he's now on track, he had a good night to win the republican nomination. >> okay, nate silver, thanks very much. when we come back, ted cruz. he's had two victories tonight. and more on the possible matchups in the fall. our next item is a genuine "name your price" tool. this highly sought-after device from progressive
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i want to thank donald trump -- [ laughter ] that's a joke. that's a joke. but, guess what, stuff he's doing and others, including cruz and others, he's making the american people look in the mirror and the american people are honest. when they look in the mirror, they see what's looking back at them. they know, there's no easy answer to this. >> vice president joe biden looking beyond the primaries right now, looking ahead to the general election. let's talk about that matchup
i want to bring in cokie roberts. you talked to a lot of democrats right now, they think cruz are the ultimate solution to an enthusiasm gap. so far republicans have been turning out in the primaries with greater proportions than democrats. >> and donald trump has been making that possible for the democrats. particularly, the comments about the ku klux klan, but the stuff he said about mexico and all of that is likely to energize hispanics and african-americans, as we have seen tonight for hillary clinton, she did in even states that she won big, she still lost, though, to young people. she'll have to do something to energize them, to get them active for the general election. but the other thing, george, that we have to watch, donald trump just goes in with a bludgeon and what happens to hillary clinton in as he does that, could be something that we haven't seen.
but we now have senator ted cruz joining us. senator cruz, congratulations on your victories in texas and oklahoma tonight. donald trump is still getting the lion's share of delegates tonight. it looks like he's well on his way to the nomination? >> well, george, tonight was a terrific night. we had major victories in texas, which is as you know is the tuesday. the most delegates of one state. we also had a terrific victory in oklahoma. we're still waiting on results in other states. but critically what we have seen, couple things happened, number one, with the delegates, we're seeing a sharp separation, unclear exactly where we're going to end up. trump somewhere around 400 delegates. we'll end up around 200 delegates. and everyone else will be below 100 delegates. that separation really allows
beat donald trump. i'll tell you a lot of republicans view, if we nominate donald trump it will be a disaster for republicans and a disaster for the country, and what i think we saw tonight and i hope we'll see in the days to come is republicans unifying and coming together, we welcome supporters from other candidates aboard -- we need to build a coalition, a team to ensure that the republican nominee is a conservative candidate. >> senator -- that's what you're calling for, but marco rubio is staying in the race, john kasich is staying in the race and ben carson is staying in the race. >> well, george, every candidate will have to reflect on where the race is, we'll have to give it prayerful consideration. what is clear, if the race remains divided, donald trump's path to the nomination is much more likely, but if we unify, if it's head to head, our campaign beats donald trump soundly. for everyone concerned about the
party, if donald trump is the nominee, in all likelihood your former boss hillary clinton becomes the president, in all likelihood the republicans lose the senate and we lose the supreme court for a generation. we lose the bill of rights for our kids and our grandkids. so, i hope that republicans instead make the decision, let's come together, let's unite behind the only campaign that's beaten donald trump three times across the country. >> if donald trump gets the nomination, does the republican party break apart? >> well, i don't know if it breaks apart but i don't think donald wins. right now, he has enormous opposition to him. and to be honest, right now, the media is using kid gloves on donald. they're not hitting him with all of the things in his background. i think a lot of folks in the media are rooting for donald trump to be the nominee, the one candidate on the face of the planet that hillary clinton can beat in the general election.
interested in nominating someone as being a sacrificial lamb and end up with a third term of the obama's presidency. >> senator ted cruz, thank you for joining us. matthew, two schools of thoughts here. if this donald trump versus hillary clinton race happens. easy victory for hillary clinton. because it mobilizes latinos and african-americans. others say donald trump scrambles the playbook. he'll do well with white working-class voters, in places like ohio, pennsylvania, wisconsin. >> i think initially we'll see that hillary clinton would be favored in a race like that. but there are a couple of things that we have to keep in mind. first, it's very difficult for hillary clinton to run against and campaign against an unpredictable candidate like donald trump. it's the hardest to run against when someone is unpredictable. the other thing is, hillary
the polls is a flawed candidate for a general election, she's disliked by a majority of the country and she's distrusted by a majority of the country. and she has some vulnerabilities. so, i don't think this is a slam-dunk for hillary clinton. i think she's slightly favored going into a general election. but there's no telling what will unfold against an unpredictable candidate. >> cecilia vega, meantime, the clinton campaign and allies have started to put together a campaign against donald trump. >> yes, they certainly have. there were reports out this week they have an opposition book ready to go. they have been watching republican debates to study up on him. she had that new year's resolution. she wasn't going to talk about donald trump anymore. in her victory message, she barely mentioned bernie sanders.
a possible donald trump they're really now bracing themselves for one now. >> there's a major effort by the republican party to stop donald trump over the next two weeks. and the spokesperson for that effort -- jeb bush's former spokesperson. making the case. hillary clinton will destroy him even if she's running from jail. but i tell ya, he may have destroyed the republican party. but i agree with matthew dowd. he'll be a tough general election opponent. >> david muir, this idea if you look at those voters who make up their minds in the last several days, donald trump doesn't do as well with them. >> yeah, that's fascinating them. i was watching your interview with ted cruz there. we wanted to know if the mud slinging in the last couple of days really worked. look at this, among republican
the last couple of days, rubio and ted cruz evenly split at 28%. 24% for donald trump. so that mudslinging that we have seen the size of the hands, some of these incredible comments made by marco rubio seem to have some impact in these final days. but 11th hour it wasn't enough. >> david muir, thank you. rebecca jarvis with john kasich, he hasn't won a state tonight, but he's staying in. >> he's staying in, george, and the way that the campaign is putting it tonight, they have been playing an away game for the last month, now they're getting onto home turf, the midwestern states, they go to ohio, in fact, they're touting tonight that john kasich and donald trump in vermont, are running pretty close at this point. they're on a flight right now to michigan where they'll spend the coming days. they have seen an increase in their fund-raising and all eyes on ohio at this point, george. >> rebecca jarvis, all eyes on
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democrats -- hillary clinton takes seven states -- alabama, arkansas, georgia, tennessee, texas, virginia and massachusetts. bernie sanders gets four states -- vermont, oklahoma, colorado and minnesota. this is all about the delegates, though, in these nominations fights. jon karl, where do things stand. >> big, big day delegate for hillary clinton. if you look overall, she's starting to build up a serious lead over bernie sanders. it will be very hard to close. >> bigger lead barack obama had eight years ago over her. >> absolutely. moving to the republicans, similar story, you have donald trump who's got a big lead today and even bigger lead overall. he'll be very hard to catch up, too. >> matthew, it sets up this possibility that one would have predicted. hillary clinton maybe. who would have thought donald trump, someone who contributed to hillary clinton's campaigns,
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