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Chuck Todd: Wisconsin is more about momentum than delegates

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Meet the Press moderator Chuck Todd says that Tuesday’s Wisconsin primary is “more about momentum than it is about delegates.” He says Ted Cruz has a sizable lead over Donald Trump, and Bernie Sanders has a slight lead over Hillary Clinton. NBC News political analyst Nicolle Wallace says that Wisconsin could be where the tortoise (Cruz) gets ahead of the hare (Trump) – but not to count Trump out yet.