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Trump Hits Critic George Will for Failing to Disclose Wife’s Affiliation to Walker Campaign

Mari Maseng Will is an advisor to Walker’s campaign, according to the Washington Examiner. Will disclosed his wife’s work in a June 3 Washington Post column but didn’t describe her role. The Examiner goes on to note all of the times Will praised Walker as a “pure Reaganite” and the GOP’s “most potent” candidate. He’s certainly not wrong: Walker resonates powerfully with the base and stormed a July 20 Iowa poll.

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Thanks, ACLU: Illegal Alien Allegedly Rapes 14-Year-Old While Free on Bond

Dean has a long history of sexual misconduct. In 2008, he was charged with lewd conduct in public. In March 2014, patrons at Macy’s department store had their shopping experiences disrupted by the sight of Dean exposing himself. Authorities booked him for six months on indecent exposure charges and sixteen months for burglary, served concurrently. He spent time in Kern Valley State Prison before being shipped to the Adelanto detention facility — where he posted $10,000 bond on April 29 and left.


Families of Loved Ones Killed by Illegal Aliens Demand An End to Sanctuary Cities

“He put himself into harm’s way every time he put his uniform on. And on Friday, October 24, 2014, my husband and father of two approached a car on his beat, but this time, it was the last time,” said Oliver. “The last thing my husband attempted to do as a POP [Problem-Oriented Policing] officer was to ask the man inside the car how his day was going. But he never made it to the driver’s window.”


O’Malley Calls Trump’s Strong Stance Against Illegal Immigration ‘Hate Speech’ on Hispanic Network

“I said the other day at La Raza, if Donald Trump wants to run for president on an immigrant-bashing platform, he should go back to the 1840s and run for the president of the Know-Nothing party,” O’Malley said to an audience of Hispanics likely unfamiliar with American history, especially a 19th century movement that wanted to keep out Irish immigrants. (O’Malley perhaps still takes it personally.)

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Trump/Cruz Summit in Manhattan

Cruz, the first Republican to declare a run for the presidency, will step onto Trump’s territory in Manhattan and is visiting Trump, not the other way around. As the Washington Post notes, the two candidates are on friendly terms and both take a strong, popular stand against mass illegal immigration.

Republican Presidential Hopefuls Meet With Potential Iowa Voters

Poll: Donald Trump Leads The Pack as GOP Frontrunner

Donald Trump trounced runner-up former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush: 15 percent of Republicans selected him as their first choice, and 12 percent as their second. Bush trailed him by four points, with 11 percent saying he’s their first choice, and only seven percent as their second.


Exclusive — Donald Trump on the GOP Primary: ‘If I Win, I Will Beat Hillary’

“It’s been a wild ride. It’s been pretty wild. But the message is getting out there and the polls are looking good, and we’re doing fine. And I’m enjoying it,” said Trump, who shot up in the polls after taking a strong stand against illegal immigration. “I loved what I was doing before, but this is so important for the country, because politicians are never going to make our country great.”

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