with stanly evans. >> being in vietnam where we had our hands tied behind our backs, i believe that we need a strong leader. >> and others. >> we support ted cruz. i have my family in israel. >> i brought my boyfriend here, he is undecided. hopefully this changed his op. >>reporter: now, i didn't notice any protesters here today when it came to talks of other candidates, trump remained the number one target, of course, because he remains the number one, the frontrunner for the gop nomination. cruz hopes the people of north carolina can help close that gap. reporting live in concord, alexa ashwell, channel 9, eyewitness news. >> okay. thanks alexa. tomorrow, the democratic candidates for president will be charlotte as well. >> bernie sanders will hold a rally at the pnc music pavilion at 4:0 p.m.. hillary clinton will be at an event outside of uptown at the grady coal center. doors open at 4:30 tomorrow night. in a few hours, clinton town hall at ohio state university. this is the last one for the candidates before tuesday's primaries. we'll have a complete coverage of the main talking
probably incredible," said carl williams. "i'm actually us navy from 68-69, served in vietnam, and so i told charlene when i got on here the first thing i'm gonna want to do is reenlist. we won't let him." while lots of fans are getting tour the ship today, many more are content to hang out on the dry land. they, of course, do have beer
because he met someone while he was in vietnam. >> reporter: so why were the children sent to the u.s.? >> it meant huge success at that time to be going to america. equivalent to paradise. everyone would dream of going to the land of the u.s.
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vietnam by calling us losers, that was the most infuriating comment i think i've heard from a politician in my entire life. trump would not have survived a p.o.w. experience. he would have been probably the first one to fold. learn about donald trump.
controversial conversion to islam, changing his name to muhammad, and refusal to invite in vietnam shut down his career for a few years. temporarily taking away his titles. he was down, but not out. and in standing firm for his principles on racial justice and religious freedom, he won the respect of many. he made a comeback in the ring, regaining his lost titles, and he remains today the only man who has three times been crowned heavyweight champion of the world. by the world boxing association. muhammad ali proudly earned his place in history books as one of america's greatest athletes, earning the praise of presidents and people around the world. while books tell his story, the museum hopes to do more. >> i think people get excited when, you facts directly and indirectly associated with him as a person, and the context and experience that he had. >> reporter: a small glove that tells a very big story. >> of course, there will be a lot more to learn about the life of muhammed ali at the museum after it opens on september 24th. and you can see all of barbara's reports on the new museum
message because i'll never stop working for you. i got shot down over vietnam
against america's involvement in the vietnam war. >> we saw that this did not add up, it did not make sense, so we decided to do something about it.
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