Fallout after fiery Democratic debate, where candidates go from here

Ahead of the Nevada caucuses, Sen. Bernie Sanders opened up a clear lead after the debate as the Bloomberg campaign scrambles to bounce back.
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The race for the white house. Just one day before the next votes in Nevada. Bernie Sanders has a clear lead and hard to gauge the impact of the debate because so many voted early and the Bloomberg campaign is scrambling to bounce back. Mary Bruce on the scene with all the latest. Good morning, Mary. Reporter: Good morning, George. Well, just 24 hours to go now until the next critical contest but one of the biggest X factors in the race isn't even on the ballot here, Michael Bloomberg is skipping the Nevada caucuses eager to move on after that bruising debate. After his rocky debate debut Michael Bloomberg is hoping what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. His team admits he took a beating but he is still punching If we choose a candidate who Ames to a small base like senator Sanders, it will be a fatal error. We need Democrats and independents and Republicans to Reporter: But front-runner Bernie Sanders is confident he's eyeing another win and he's pushing back at the naysayers. You know the criticism. Your rivals say you have a ceiling here. What changes? What compromises are you going to make to broaden your appeal. I'm smiling by this because every day they say I have a ceiling but it seems to be going up and up and up. No matter who wins the nomination we are going to come together to defeat the most dangerous president in the modern history of this country. Every candidate up there understands that we must defeat trump. Reporter: The candidates eager to cash in on momentum from that fiery debate. After she came out swinging at her rivals Elizabeth Warren jumping for joy but will her strong performance give her the bounce she needs? Bernie Sanders still has a double-digit lead already nationally. Is it too little too late? We've heard from 2% of the country. We've got 98% of it left to go. We're just gting started. Reporter: Now, as he has done in the other early voting states the president is planning a little bit of counterprogramming. He will be here this afternoon for another big campaign rally. George. And, Mary, of course, Nevada is a caucus just like Iowa. We saw all those problems that happened in Iowa. The DNC a little spooked by that. Reporter: Yeah, there are some real jitters here. The party is anxious to make sure we don't see a repeat of the Iowa caucuses. The party chair is downplaying expectations and says they may not report results at all tomorrow. They are eager to get the numbers out but above all else have to make sure they are accurate. Michael. Now to major new developments involving Victoria's secret.

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