GOP Presidential Candidates Make Final Push in SC
ROCK HILL, SC — A final attempt to woo voters in South Carolina, ahead of Saturday’s Republican Presidential Primary.
“Trillion dollars in national debt and it’s not going down, it’s going up,” says Dr. Ben Carson.
We were there as Dr. Ben Carson spoke to more than a hundred seniors and veterans at a Park Pointe Village retirement community in Rock Hill Friday night.
“That’s the real reason I’m in this race: to provide a better future for the young people in this country,” says Dr. Carson.
Carson taking jabs at his GOP rivals. Other candidates doing the same across the Palmetto State.
“You talk about people that lie. This Ted Cruz; this is the biggest liar I’ve ever seen,” says Trump.
Trump taking aim at Senator Ted Cruz in Charleston.
And in Mount Pleasant, Governor John Kasich spoke a different message aboard the USS Yorktown.
“Why don’t we send them another message: that you can win having a positive vision,” says Governor Kasich.
There’s also a fierce battle brewing between Senators Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz.
Senator Rubio rallied in Columbia under the support of Govenor Nikki Haley.
“We need to nominate someone that can bring us together. I know that I can, better than anyone in this race. I will bring this party and this movement together so that we can begin the work of growing our movement,” says Senator Rubio.
Senator Cruz spent Friday with voters in West Columbia.
“Here in South Carolina, these next 21 hours are going to decide a great deal,” says Senator Cruz.
Jeb Bush also under pressure tonight—fighting for his campaign in Greenville.
“Donald Trump has never shown any interest in anybody else other than himself. And the two candidates that are gifted speakers, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz, have shown nothing in their past that would suggest that they can make a tough decision,” says Bush.