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snoelt ♪ ♪ it's wednesday, march 2nd and coming up on sho"early tod, super tuesday results are in. and rubio bags his first state. we'll have the recap ahead. scott kelly is back on solid ground after almost a year in outer space. and an k350exciting update j.k. rowelling's "fantastic beast." "early today" starts right now. thee voters have spoken and the big super tuesday winners aron
clinton. trump won arkansas, vermont, georgia, massachusetts, virginia and vermont. clinton also won seven taking massachusetts, arkansas, tennessee virginia, texas. and bernie sanders managed four victories. ted cruz won three states, home state of texas, oklahoma, and he just added alaska for good measure. marco rubio pulling out a victory in minnesota. a calmer and more measured version of donald trump is already looking ahead to hillary clinton. >> this has been an amazing period of time. been amazing even from an educational standpoint and honestly, we've done something that almost nobody thought could be done and i'm very proud of it. i am a unifier. i would love to see the republican par a
get together and unify and when we unify, there's nobody, nobody that's going to beat us. i beat hillary in many polls p.. i don't think marco's going to be able to beat her. i'm going to get along great with congress. paul ryan, i don't know him well and we're going to get along well and if we don't, he's going to have to pay a big price, okay. >> and hillary clinton touch ogen the water crisis in flint, michigan and criticizing the gop. >> thank you all so much. what a super tuesday. i'm grateful to all of you who voted for me. to the volunteers and organizers. i know you've worked your hearts out. we know there are many other flints out there. communities that are hurting and need help but wreever come too far in this country to let
we're going to build on the progress that we've made. the rhetoric we're hearing on the other side has never been lower. trying to divide america between us and them is wrong and we're not going to let it work. now this campaign moves forward to the crescent city, the motor city and beyond. [ applause ] >> ted cruz surprised some political watchers by taking oklahoma and of course, he had an impressive win in his home state of texas as well as a late victory in alaska. he pitched himself as the trump alternative. >> for the republicans that don't want to see donald as the nominee, i would welcome and encourage them. the only way to beat donald trump is for us to stand together united. if donald trump is the nominee, i think we lose the senate, lose to hillary, lose the
bill of rights. it's my hope that as party we come together and say stop this madness. do not nominate a candidate who will drive the party off a cliff. >> well, cruz was able to pick up 171 delegates, rubio, 82 and the donald won 210 delegates, bringing his total to 292. clinton won seven to bernie sanders's four. but he's not too concerned. >> you're going to see a lot of election results come in. these are not -- this is not a general election. it's not winner take all. if you get 52%, 48%, you roughly end up with the same amount of delegates in a state. by the end of tonight, we are
delegates. [ applause ] >> sanders picked up 295 delegates last night while clinton won 461, bringing her lead to 979 to 382. so, after spending nearly a year in space, astronaut scott kelly is feeling the full gravity of earth. they landed just before midnight eastern time. kelly and ohad been on board fo record number of days. he and his twin are taking part in stud ayes to learn about the result of space on the body. we expect to hear from him later today. president obama held a sit down in the oval office yesterday with republicans over the vacancy in the supreme court.
than an hour and featured mitch mcconnell, democratic senator, patrick leahy and vice president joe biden. it's the first time they met since justice antonin scalia's death. . and the republicans reiterated their stance that they won't take up a president obama nomination this year. afterwards, the two senate leaders expressed their drastically different points of view. >> if the shoe was on the other foot, the democrats the majority would be confirming a republican president's nomination in the last year of his term. of course not. >> we just want them to fulfill their constitutional duty and do their job and at this stage they decided not to do that. they're going to wait and see what president trump will do, i
impass, they spend the rest of the time talking about basketball. nbc's meteorologist bill karins is here with our wednesday forecast. >> we had severe storms yesterday. alabama got hit. some of the worst damage near birmingham. the only problem spots are northern new england. we have a wintry mess. some freezing rain, others sleet. the white is all snow and we have snow in western and cleveland and pittsburgh, numerous snow showers. we're watching a lot of snow and sleet mixture in maine. these are all winter weather advisories later today. and this is where they're going to get clauberred. so, they love this. they can extend their season with as much as
in northern maine. al it will be much k0ecolder wh you go home today. it will be chilly around areas like chicago. that's your national weather, now a kploes closer look at you ahead. the temperatures are definitely winter like in the great lakes, highs only in the 20s with breezy conditions. areas of the deep south and colorado, no complaints in kansas either, highs in the 70s. only our friends in northern new england. their spring is like april. march doesn't count. >> thanks so much, bill. much more on super tuesday just ahead, including new details on voter turnout. and we have the des
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promising for republicans but potentially worrying for democrats. >> we can tell you everything you're saying on the republican side, this is what we've been seeing the whole year. they're shattering records. having their best turnout ever. on the flip side, we've been seeing it down on the democrats side. since the last time they had one of these competitive primaries, that was 2008, obama. virginia, down 14%. vermont, down 13%. massachusetts, down 5, georgia down 2. look, there's two ways to look at that. one is bernie sanders, the entire message of his campaign is this is a political revelatire revoluti revolution, it's going to bring all these new people to the process that have never participated before. if that was coming to fruition,
records. 2008, there are democrats who say yes, it's troubling the turn out is up and the democratic turnout is down. but they would say 2008 is something we may never see again. that race between hillary clinton and barack obama and the type of support that both of them motivated, the iraq war, post katrina, bush fatigue. there were so many factors in the air in 2008 that it's a little unfair to compare the democrats of 2008 to the democrats of any future. >> and we have the numbers right here. as of 3:30 a.m. eastern, the super tuesday turnout has nearly flipped from 2008. something candidates in both parties will be looking to play into their favor.. and more emotional testimony from sports reporter, erin andrews. she talks about the trauma she still feels years after a stocker
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and five men that the hotel shouldn't pay for a video that wasn't their fault and didn't damage her career. andrews argued back saying her work is her escape. >> i've been over compensating in my life. i feel if i can do the top nfl game and pass out the trophy then people will forget. >> reporter: but she says she wants the jury to remember. morgan radford, nbc news, nashville. >> meanwhile, espn responded to earlier testimony that she was only allowed back to work after giving a sit-down interview. just ahead, j.k. rowelling has excit
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it is looking like a matchup between hillary clinton and donald trump. >> it's 4:26. good morning, i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm eun yang. we'll hear how virginia voted in just minutes. but first, let's check in with storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell. good morning, chuck. >> good morning, everybody. most of the heavier rain from a few hours ago is coming to a quick end. still rain showers in parts of fairfax, prince george's county and calvert and st. mary's county. it's all dry north
shan noah valley and blue ridge. behind that down comes the wind. temperatures are going to be tumbling, but we're mild. but temperatures, downward they will go. temperatures near 40 degrees and the wind could gust between 40 and 50 miles an hour today. hold on to your hats and hairpieces, melissa mollet. >> not that you're wearing one. >> i actually wish i was. a little more volume here. on the right lane, getting by that accident in the right lane, a couple hours here. taking a look here at the bottom of the beltway, you can see we do have moisture there along i-95 and branch avenue this morning. you may have use the windshield wipers. beltway at central, no problems, 270 at montrose also looking quite good there. northbound and southbound, we'll take a look at a
198, just west of i-95, be familiar with that, and that right lane getting by. >> thanks, melissa. back to decision 2016 now where america is waking up with two strong front-runners right now, going into november's election. millions of voters cast their ballots yesterday, giving donald trump and hillary clinton wins across the map. >> so, here's a look at the breakdown of who won what, starting with republicans, donald trump took seven states including virginia. he now has about 275 delegates in total. >> is senator ted cruz won two states, arguably, most importantly, his home state of texas and its large number of delegates. florida senator marco rubio won only minnesota. he's looking ahead to 50 primaries. votes weigh in more than two weeks.
including virginia. she now has more than 1,000 delegate, more than half behalf she needs to qualify for the democratic nomination. >> senator sanders has his home state of vermont. i'm live at the desk, this just in, senator ted cruz takes alaska. cruz also won the state of texas, as well as oklahoma. coming up, we're going to break down the exit polls later this hour. aaron. >> donald trump won but senator marco rubio is only one delegate behind him in the states. here is a breakdown for you. you take a closer look. you see donald trump taking 35% of the vote. rl rubio walking away 32%. ted cruz with 17%. generally speaking voters
the west appalachian as well. >> i would love to see the republican party and ebb get together and unify. and when we unify, there's nobody, nobody, that's going to beat us. >> and let's take a look at the democratic results in the virginia primary. hillary clinton with 64% of the vote and wide margin there in most counties. bernie sanders is only 35% of the vote. clinton gave a victory speech from florida where she focused on donald trump and the future. >> i believe deeply that if we resist the forces trying to drive us apart, we can come together to make this country work for everyone. the struggling, the striving and the successfuls. >> much more on the clinton big win last night including virginia in just a moment.
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