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It’s about change, not Sanders, Trump or Clinton

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It’s about change, not Sanders, Trump or Clinton

Bernie Sanders should quit the Democratic Party race and run for president as a true Independent. Donald Trump should apologize for his campaign rhetoric that continues to sound more and more racist against Mexicans and Muslims. Hillary Clinton needs to turn against the evil cabal of establishment insiders who run this country with power and…

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Sanders Releases New California Ad

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Sanders Releases New California Ad

Sanders Releases New California Ad Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign on Tuesday released a new television spot that will run in California ahead of the state’s June 7 primary election. “What choice do Californians have in this election?” Sanders asks in the ad. “The biggest one of all. You have the power to choose a new…

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Delegate Math Creates Confusion For Trump

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The mantra among establishment Republicans prior to March 15 was that Donald Trump needed to lose Florida and Ohio to guarantee a contested convention. A Trump loss in one of the two states would make it difficult for him to clinch the nomination. A win in both states ended the election and handed the billionaire…

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Editorial: GOP Turning To Cruz To Trump Trump

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He may not be liked by anyone in the Senate, but Texas Sen. Ted Cruz has started to get love notes from a host of Americans in the form of votes throughout all portions of the country. As the second major Tuesday primary closed, Cruz was the only candidate able to beat Trump — in…

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Romney Rips Into Trump

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The anti-Trump movement gains another spokesman later Thursday as Mitt Romney’s planned speech at the University of Utah promises to include a harsh assessment of Donald Trump. Calling him a “phony” and a “fraud,” the former Republican presidential nominee laid into Donald Trump’s credentials as a presidential candidate for the party. “His promises are as…

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Election Analysis: Trump taps public’s desire for change

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Election Analysis: Trump taps public’s desire for change

The Republican Party is desperate to prevent outsider Donald Trump from representing them in the November 8 elections for president and Trumps rhetoric has fueled attacks from concerned Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton whose popularity remains in neutral in the face of a strong challenge from outsider Bernie Sanders. By Ray Hanania Real estate mogul and…

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Ben Carson Sees No “Political Path”

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Ben Carson appears to have finished his run for the White House. According to a statement issued by his campaign Wednesday, the retired neurosurgeon said he will skip Thursday’s Republican debate in Detroit, but fell just short of formally ending his campaign, saying he will discuss his future plans during a speech on Friday. I…

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Commentary: Super Tuesday Primary Breakdown

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With 11 states voting in the presidential primary tomorrow, what each result means can be confusing. ADN breaks down what each candidate needs to stay relevant in both primaries. March 1. Seven campaigns from both parties have been working hard, traveling to rallies, town halls, debates and other speaking engagements in an attempt to survive…

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Rubio Ramps Up His Attack On Trump

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No longer the robot on stage, Marco Rubio transformed into the Anti-Trump during the 10th Republican debate. The question remains on whether it will help him for Super Tuesday. Florida Senator Marco Rubio’s campaign team promised they would not go after Donald Trump during Thursday night’s debate. The misdirection worked as the consistent second-place candidate…

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Trump’s Immigration Stance Different From His Practice

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Trump’s Immigration Stance Different From His Practice

Donald Trump may say he is against illegal immigration, but his company has continually hired foreign workers over Americans for years. Visit Donald Trump’s Palm Beach resort and you’ll find one of the most exclusive clubs in South Florida. So exclusive that American’s wanting jobs seem to have a hard time getting one there. That’s…

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