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Video: Kasich: My Campaign Is Going All The Way

Feb. 21: Ohio Gov. John Kasich finished in fourth place but well behind the three front runners in South Carolina's GOP primary. (Other)Ohio Gov. John Kasich finished in fourth place but well behind the three front runners in South Carolina's GOP primary. (msnbc quick cuts)

Sun, 21 Feb 2016 05:59:42 GMT
Video: Carson Says He Isn't Going Anywhere

Feb. 21: Dr. Ben Carson finished last in South Carolina's Republican primary but told supporters he has no plans to suspend or end his campaign. (Other)Dr. Ben Carson finished last in South Carolina's Republican primary but told supporters he has no plans to suspend or end his campaign. (msnbc quick cuts)

Sun, 21 Feb 2016 05:16:32 GMT
Video: Rubio: This is a 3-Way Race

Feb. 20: Sen. Marco Rubio says the race for the Republican nomination for president is now down to him, Sen. Ted Cruz and South Carolina primary winner Donald Trump. (Other)Sen. Marco Rubio says the race for the Republican nomination for president is now down to him, Sen. Ted Cruz and South Carolina primary winner Donald Trump. (msnbc quick cuts)

Sun, 21 Feb 2016 03:43:23 GMT
Video: Jeb Bush Suspends Campaign

Feb. 20: Jeb Bush told supporters he is suspending his campaign for president following his finish in South Carolina's GOP primary. (Other)Jeb Bush told supporters he is suspending his campaign for president following his finish in South Carolina's GOP primary. (msnbc quick cuts)

Sun, 21 Feb 2016 02:38:37 GMT
Video: Sanders: This Campaign is About Momentum

Feb. 20: Bernie Sanders told supporters in Nevada despite his showing in the Democratic Caucus that he's pleased with where his campaign is going and that he is gaining ground on Hillary Clinton. (Other)Bernie Sanders told supporters in Nevada despite his showing in the Democratic Caucus that he's pleased with where his campaign is going and that he is gaining ground on Hillary Clinton. (msnbc quick cuts)

Sun, 21 Feb 2016 00:43:27 GMT
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