Joe Biden banks on better results in Nevada, South Carolina

The former vice president, who came in fifth place in the New Hampshire primary, has released a new ad and is looking to do better with black and Latino Democrats.
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He talked about things he could have stopped had he been there, he says. The final tally in from new Hampshire showing record turnout in that state. Bernie Sanders, the winner edging out Pete buttigieg and Amy klobuchar coming in a strong third with Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden far behind. Whit Johnson is here with what happens next. Reporter: With New Hampshire and Iowa in the rear view, the future is unclear. This morning, former vice president Joe Biden looking for a fresh start. Nobody told me the road would be easy. Reporter: His campaign releasing this new ad following his disappointing fifth place finish and Biden banking on much better results in Nevada and South Carolina among black and Latino Democrats. Reporter: Bernie Sanders riding a wave of momentum after his narrow win in New Hampshire amid record turnout. But a majority of the state's votes going to moderate candidates split between Pete buttigieg and Amy klobuchar. The still crowded field perhaps leaving the door open for billionaire Michael Bloomberg. I'm a new Yorker but I'm not afraid of trump and trump is Reporter: The former New York City mayor spending his own money building support in super Tuesday states and dropping sponsored memes like this branding himself as the cool tongue in cheek marketing targeting younger social media savvy voters. How concerned are you about facing him in that money machine? Look, it's not that I'm worried. I'm not worried. We will win because we have millions of people who are knocking on door, they're doing people-to-people contact. That's called grassroots democracy and grassroots democracy in my view will always defeat billionaires trying to win elections. Reporter: Meanwhile, senator Elizabeth Warren's team is pulling more than a million dollars of TV ads in Nevada and South Carolina and moving money and resources to later super Tuesday states where they believe she could earn top finishes. Her campaign manager saying if you don't fight, you can't win, guys. That's the truth. Thank you very much. We turn to new developments

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