字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント you can't make a formal any kind of a formal change to your forecast right now. It's gonna take a couple of days for that at least several hours. But is it fair to conclude or not? Joe Biden is the front runner. Now He is, and I think people have been talking about Michigan. The possibility for a comeback. But not every nomination lasts until the bitter end. Bernie Sanders lost all the kind of Democratic women of swing states tonight, basically, right. There's already some polling in Michigan, and the point is, we often Michigan last time showing Sanders behind there. It may just be that voters do not want another very long and drawn out nomination process that Joe Biden. There is a big African American vote in Michigan, so I want to be like little contrarian to the contrary, honest here and say, Maybe it will be actually kind of easy for Biden. Who knows that's a possibility. Too easy for by nothing in this race has been, did make tonight. Look easy s so far. Let's take one last look before we go in. What the states that are still being counted right now that is the state of Texas right now? 82% of the vote now in Tom and Joe Biden continuing to hold that lead actually expanding 1000. And what this shows is that Joe Biden, at least tonight, because it is the story of the night he won in cities. He wanted suburbs. He won in rural areas. The only place he really didn't win in Texas right now looks like is along the border. But he did win in cities like Houston and Dallas that have very large Hispanic populations. This was a good night, no doubt for Joe Biden. But of course, the man of state, the state that we're all gonna be looking at the Golden State here, California still a lot of the vote left out Bernie Sanders at 30%. The big question, George. And we'll know in a couple of days. How big was his victory here? How many delegates is gonna pull from the 4 15 and where that puts him? But in the Headline War, it's a good night for Joe Biden. Let's take one last look at the state of Maine. Can't forget about main. Another big surprise. Let's see, uh separation by about 3000 votes. If that 2% points 91 this is this is gonna be really close. I mean, we'll probably find out about this maybe tomorrow, but, uh, just a big surprise. George, who fought Joe Biden four days ago, was gonna win Maine. Elizabeth Warren breaks the threshold at 17%. She'll get some delegates there. But, you know, with Bernie winning his home state, then New Hampshire, you think that trend would continue into Maine? And yet voters in main went for Joe Biden. Ah, lot of them. They may split the delegates, but it's a good night for him. Mary Bruce, you cover Capitol Hill every day you cover House Speaker Nancy Pelosi likes a former President Obama. She's unlikely to come out with a formal endorsement. We're likely to see the pattern of the last several days Continue. Yeah, I suspect you are going to see a lot more endorsements. And like Barack Obama, while she may not come out and formally endorse, she certainly has ways to send strong signals. If she wants to, you could potentially see other democratic leaders of the members of leadership coming out and also endorsing. But I think given the clear impact of these endorsements over the last two and two or three days, they're gonna want to try and keep that up the button campaign. They're gonna want to have more endorsements. Jon Karl The president might be asleep right now, but he's always wakes up early When we get up for Good Morning America tomorrow, Who's the first tweet about? Hey, May. He may actually dance on Bloomberg's grave a little bit before he, uh, he goes that Joe Biden, but I think he's got a few more shots left left. A Bloomberg Chris Christie is nodding his head, and that is all for us and I. We're wrapping up our coverage. Super Tuesday Big night for Joe Biden. He's won at least eight states so far. Three for Bernie Sanders. Tonight. Michael Bloomberg wins American Samoa after spending half a $1,000,000,000 in this campaign, the race will be very different tomorrow. We'll be right there first thing in the morning on G M A. Hi, everyone. George Stephanopoulos here. Thanks for checking out the ABC News YouTube channel. If you'd like to get more video show highlights and watch live event coverage. Click on the right over here to subscribe to our channel. And don't forget to download the ABC News after breaking news alerts. Thanks for watching.