nbc's peter alexander in north charleston with katy tur. this is a big night. how is this different in tone from a month ago? >> certainly a new urgency recognized this as the first debate of the new year. a new audience tuning in with a recognition that they will be casting their votes within less than three weeks from now in
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from new york. bill: john roberts, our senior national correspondent, live now back in north charleston, south carolina. there was plenty in that package right there, john. good morning to you. [laughter] >> reporter: sure, plenty to talk about. bill: where are we now? >> reporter: where are we mow? everybody's hitting the road, as you said, to continue the attacks. typically, i've spent a lot of time in charleston the, typically life in the low country of south carolina is all about southern hospitality and sweet tea, but last night it was all about hand grenades and flame throwers. some of the sharpest attacks went on between senators marco rubio and senator ted cruz, cruz hitting rubio on shifting positions on immigration, rubio firing back that cruz is not a consistent conservative. a line of attack rubio plans to
candidates take the prime-time stage in north charleston, south carolina. >> america is always wondering what donald trump will say next, for better or worse.
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just 4% of republican voter support. live right now to tonight's debate venue in north charleston, south carolina. sara, i want to go straight to another battle that just came out of nowhere and that is republican governor nikki haley and what she said in the republican response ton the state of the union. a veiled attack on trump. he attacked back.
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