Attendees meet with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump during a campaign stop Friday, Feb. 19, 2016, in North Charleston, S.C. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)
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White House hopefuls face their third test Saturday when Republicans square off in South Carolina with Donald Trump enjoying a commanding lead, and Democrats battle in Nevada where Hillary Clinton is seeking a comeback.On the eve of the primary Trump led with about 28 percent of likely Republicans voters backing him, according to an NBC-Wall Street Journal poll.The past week on the campaign trail has been nasty for Trump and Cruz.Trump repeatedly called the Texas senator a liar, and his attorneys sent Cruz a cease and desist letter over an ad airing in South Carolina that uses a 1999 interview in which Trump said he was "very pro-choice" on abortion rights.Clinton, who won by a hair in Iowa and lost big to rival Bernie Sanders in New Hampshire, is counting on a major Hispanic voter turnout, especially among the hotel and casino employees in Las Vegas.Clinton received a boost Friday when she was endorsed by House Democrat James Clyburn of South Carolina, the most senior African-American in Congress.
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