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  • Jeb Bush
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  • Bernie Sanders
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Hillary Clinton reliving 2012 as Sanders overtakes her in key state

Hillary Clinton anti-gun

Without her having to shed a tear, Hillary Clinton is reliving her failed bid for President in 2012 according to a recent poll. In a just released Boston Herald-Franklin Pierce College poll, Hillary Clinton would lose the early primary state of New Hampshire to Bernie Sanders 43.6% to 36.5% which is outside the margin of error of 4.7%. Sanders, a self-described socialist, ...

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Rasmussen poll: Race tightens as Trump loses ground

Rasmussen GOP candidate poll 8-11

A newly released poll shows the GOP primary race is tightening. Before the debate, Donald Trump led the GOP field with 26%. An August 9-10th Rasmussen poll shows that his debate performance and perhaps his comments about Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly may have done some damage. In late July, Trump earned 30% of the male vote and had 22% support among ...

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Will Perry be the first to exit the 2016 GOP nomination race?

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Reports say that Rick Perry is running low on funds. But does it mean that he’s finished in his bid for the Republican nomination? Former Texas governor Rick Perry’s presidential campaign is no longer paying its staff because fundraising has dried up, while his cash-flush allied super PAC is preparing to expand its political operation to compensate for the campaign’s shortcomings, campaign and super PAC ...

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Reuters/IPSOS poll shows Trump holding steady, would lose to Clinton

Donald Trump

A Reuters/IPSOS poll released today confirmed that GOP candidate Carly Fiorina gained the most while billionaire Donald Trump held on to his lead. As with earlier polls, this newest reading shows Trump unable to best Hillary Clinton in a head-to-head match-up. Those who responded to the poll said that Clinton would top Donald 43% to 29%. Trump did extend his ...

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The injudicious defense of Donald Trump

Trump struggles with unfavorable numbers

Whatever Trump-followers call themselves (Trumpanistas, Trump Troops, Trumpsters, etc) they are aggressive in their defense of the billionaire celebrity presidential candidate. Why? Most say they idolize Trump because he is strong, stands up for his principles, is a great business man and tells it like it is. Why then do Donald’s supporters feel the need to ardently attack anyone that disagrees with ...

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Trump-ettes, You Can’t Have It Both Ways

Donald Trump

A funny thing happened on the way to the “Forum,” the “guy who doesn’t back down,” the “fighter,” got his nose bloodied and his sycophants didn’t care for it one bit. If that sounds harsh, then let me borrow from the “fighter’s” own words. I don’t have time for political correctness. I also don’t have time for so-called Republicans and ...

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Trump supporters worst at English.. or something

grammar power rankings

A study published yesterday showed that Trump’s supporters are the worst when it comes to properly forming an English sentence. The Grammarly-WSJ study analyzed comments made on all of the GOP candidate websites and picked only supporting or neutral commentary. 250 comments per candidate were chosen at random and analyzed for spelling, punctuation and grammar. The results might surprise you. ...

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Good, Bad, and Ugly at GOP Debate

Republican presidential candidates from left, Chris Christie, Marco Rubio, Ben Carson, Scott Walker, Donald Trump, Jeb Bush, Mike Huckabee, Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, and John Kasich take the stage for the first Republican presidential debate at the Quicken Loans Arena Thursday, Aug. 6, 2015, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

Much of the nation was watching with great interest as seventeen Republican presidential candidates took the stage this week to articulate their vision of America, and outline their strategies for returning the nation to its former greatness. What we learned Thursday is that Fox News proved they can be as anti-GOP as the rest of the mainstream media, Donald Trump ...

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An Overview of the Fox News “JV” Debate

http://www.conservativedailynews.com/2015/06/2016-gop-primary-debate-schedule/

Thursday night’s so-called JV debate offered little new insight into the candidates. Topics ranged from the American economy, foreign policy, the dominance of Donald Trump in the race and why each candidate’s vision was the best option. Logistically it’s worth noting, with 17 candidates running, a candidate needs to only be polling at 5.9% to achieve a plurality of the ...

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