Sunday show wrap-up: The fallout from SC and Nevada

Sunday show wrap-up: The fallout from SC and Nevada
© Greg Nash

2016 RACE

Trump: Brokered convention not happening   "I think I’m doing better than that, and so far, you know, I’m really on my way."

Trump 'highly, highly unlikely' to run as an independent   "I'm the leading Republican by a lot and that's where I want to be," he said.

RNC chief: Presidential nominee is ‘not my choice’   "We’re prepared to support whoever the nominee becomes,” Priebus said.

Trump on Iraq comments: ‘Who knows what was in my head?’   "You know, I really don’t even know what I mean, because that was a long time ago."

Trump: Jeb would have won four years ago   “Jeb fought very hard,” Trump said," It wasn’t his time, that’s all."

Trump slams rivals as ‘worse than Manhattan real estate developers'   "This is rough stuff, politics," he said.

Trump: Spat with pope had no impact on SC vote   "I was like, 'The pope is talking about me? This can't be happening.' "

Trump: ‘I’m not sure’ if Rubio is eligible to run for president   “I mean, let people make their own determination," he said.

Rubio: 'This is not about going after Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpClinton takes swipe at 'false equivalency' in media coverage of 2016 election Trump asked Netanyahu if he actually cares about peace: report Official: Trump to urge North Korea to dismantle nuclear program in return for sanctions relief MORE'   "This election is about who is best capable...of uniting the Republican Party."

Rubio: GOP will coalesce around a candidate 'one way or another'   "There's a natural process that's going to take hold," he said.

Rubio: Romney endorsement report ‘false’   "I have no reason to believe that he’s anywhere near endorsing anyone.”

Cruz: Trump's record indistinguishable from Clinton's   Cruz said nominating Trump would not be "a path to victory."

Cruz ducks question on evangelical support in SC   Cruz said his campaign is on track and has exceeded expectations.

Kasich touts electability against Clinton   "In the USA Today poll, I beat her by 11 points," he said.

Clinton: People wonder if I’m ‘in it for myself’   “I understand that voters have questions,” Clinton said.

Hillary: Entrance polls on Latino vote not ‘particularly accurate’   "There’s a lot of evidence we did very, very well with every group of voter,” she said.

Sanders: I’m not a single-issue candidate   “I’m not quite sure where Secretary Clinton is coming from.”

Sanders blames Nevada loss on turnout   "Voter turnout was not as high as I had wanted."

Sanders: We're not 'skipping over' South Carolina   "We have a major rally this evening. We're not skipping over anything."

Sanders looks ahead to Colorado, Minnesota and Massachusetts   Sanders said his campaign is studying its next moves "very closely."



Apple attorney foresees long court battle   Theodore Olson was asked if executives are willing to go to jail to fight FBI request.

Manhattan DA slams Apple   New York County District Attorney Cyrus Vance, Jr. slammed Apple on Sunday for refusing to create backdoor software to allow the FBI to search a cellphone belonging to one of the San Bernardino shooters.

Former NYPD commissioner: Apple should comply over encryption   A former commissioner of the New York City Police Department said Apple should comply with a judge’s order to unlock an encrypted iPhone that belonged to one of the San Bernardino, California, terrorists.



GOP senator ‘a little concerned’ about refugees in Canada   Sen. Ron JohnsonRonald (Ron) Harold JohnsonGOP senator: Congress needs ‘to move on’ from Russia probe GOP senator: ‘Way too early’ to talk about supporting Trump in 2020 IG report faults fired FBI official McCabe for leak to media MORE (R-Wis.) on Sunday said he is “a little concerned” about radical Islamic terrorists posing as refugees entering Canada.