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mt nnova great night for down the track here in South Carolina but it was also pretty good night for Marco Rubio who finished second in the Republican presidential primary here I'm James Oliphant political correspondent for Reuters here in Charleston South Carolina I mean the state of South Carolina will always be the place of new beginnings anthrax start by ruby aperture denying well for one thing he finished second behind trump another his top rival Jeb bush dropped out of the race and there's white expectation that bush's support and most important his money is going to flow to ruby are now making him a formidable contender for the Republican nomination and the top challenger to triumph front running Senate let's make America great again after a little bit of a pick up in New Hampshire Romeo is solidifying his position as the top establishment challenger reveals presence and his methods grossness sharp relief that difference approach is going on in the Republican primary on one side you have trump and Cruz were basically telling voters how terrible everything is in America are starting with Barack Obama going on from there and then you have people like Marco Rubio we're trying to be more positive I'm being more inclusive history will say that we this generation was the authors of the greatest chapter in the amazing story of the United States of America one of the most interesting things here all we can pass Caroline it was Rubio a Cuban American campaigning with Nikki Haley the Indian American governor of South Carolina and Kim Scott the African American Republican senator from here he believes this is the future of the Republican Party I don't know how much longer I can continue though it has ruby arises , it's beautiful