Transcript for GOP Candidates Pay Tribute to Nancy Reagan
So, some very warm words. Jon, thanks. And tonight, the other major headline involves the race for the white house. Nancy Reagan was often quoted by candidates over the years. This year, the fractured party gearing up for Tuesday's Michigan primary. And a new poll showing Donald Trump with 41%, and Tom llamas on the candidates paying tribute to Nancy Reagan. Reporter: Tonight, the death of Nancy Reagan bringing a temporary truce in the republican race for president. She was an incredible lady. Very strong, and a total class act. And I got to tell you, she is now as she used to say with her Ronnie and with the lord, and that's great. Reporter: Frontrunner Donald Trump today pronouncing Mrs. Reagan a, quote, "Amazing woman." Senator Marco Rubio calling her "A true example of integrity and grace." And senator Ted Cruz saying she will be remembered for her "Deep passion for this nation and love for her husband." But amid the tributes, a realization. After last night's contests, the campaign now moving closer and closer to a two-man race between Cruz and trump. Marco Rubio had a very, very bad night, and personally, I'd call for him to drop out of the race. I think it's time now that he drop out of the race. I really think so. I think it's probably time, you know. I don't think tonight he can get up and rant and rave and, oh, he did great. Reporter: Super Saturday was Cruz's biggest night yet. Record turnout handing him decisive wins in Kansas and Maine. Trump took Louisiana and Kentucky, but with Cruz close behind in second. I want Ted one-on-one, okay? It has to be head-to-head. Reporter: Tonight, senator Rubio winning in Puerto Rico, adding nearly two dozen delegates, and vowing to beat trump in the senator's home state of Florida. We're gonna win Florida. And you'll find out on March 15th how confident we are. Reporter: Rubio says he's focused on Florida. But that is on March 15th. On Tuesday, there is voting in four states, in Michigan, where trump has a commanding lead. Tom llamas, thank you. Now to the democrats tonight, the showdown between Hillary Clinton and Bernie
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