With three weeks to go until the Iowa Caucuses and just a month until the New Hampshire primaries, it's now or never for the candidates. With Ted Cruz edging Donald Trump in Iowa, and Bernie Sanders ahead of Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire, we look at the evolution of the race and the next steps for the candidates.
- "The Republican presidential primary race in New Hampshire is turning into a contest for second place. With businessman Donald Trump so far ahead in the polls, the other GOP candidates are ratcheting up efforts to win over crucial undecided voters in the next four weeks."
- "Democrats Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are deadlocked in both Iowa and New Hampshire three weeks before voting begins in the 2016 presidential race, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News/Marist poll finds."
- "Donald Trump taunted fellow Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz over his eligibility to be president on Saturday, offering the following response to Cruz’s instance that he’s a natural born citizen: ‘‘You’re not.’’"
This segment aired on January 11, 2016.