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CNN projects Hillary Clinton has won the South Carolina primary

Ted Cruz escalated their argument that front-runner Donald Trump is a conservative impostor, trying to make the case to voters they can keep the ascendant billionaire from claiming the Republican presidential nomination. He had 200 paid staff on the ground and an aggressive television advertising campaign. The senator from Vermont, where just about 1 percent of the population is black, lacks Clinton's deep and longstanding connections to the African-American community.

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Hillary Clinton Crushes Bernie Sanders in SC

Democratic voters in SC took to the polls on Saturday to help decide their party's standard-bearer. "We have made enormous ground up in South Carolina ", Sanders responded this week when asked if he was giving up on the state . Based in the UK, Larry is passionate about all things news and technology related. Both campaigns also are targeting independent voters, who are eligible to vote in the state's Democratic primary for the first time in modern history.

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Trump hits back at Rubio over 'con artist' insult

Trump's remark, Christie said , was "the kind of thing that people say when they have no experience and don't know what they're talking about". " "#NeverTrump because you can't make America great again when you are precisely what is wrong with it." ".

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Clinton Scores Commanding Win in South Carolina

The Associated Press called the race for Ms. Clinton just after the polls closed at 7:00 p.m. The candidates won't have much time for a breather after their party's first-in-the-South contest. Keeping the support of the black electorate is extremely crucial to the Clinton camp, which has bragged about its inroads with the black community and sought to prove Sanders unelectable because of his obscurity in the core bloc of Democratic voters.

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Trump's well-timed Christie endorsement could be a game-changer

Trump supporters in the audience ate it up, cheering their candidate along throughout the unusual demonstration. "Desperate people do desperate things", Christie said . He referred to his recent attacks on Trump's physical appearance, explaining to the audience that he didn't want to attack other Republicans in his campaign.

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Cruz calls Super Tuesday 'most important day' in 2016 race

Chris Christie and Donald Trump shake hands during a commercial break in the Republican presidential debate at St. Anselm College Feb. 6 in Manchester, New Hampshire. 53-year-old Christie , at a rally in Fortworth, Texas, yesterday said,"Donald is a leader". Trump said he would publish his tax records - a common practice for USA presidential candidates - only after what he called "a routine audit".