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Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush speaks during the Wall Street Journal CEO Council in Washington, DC, December 1, 2014.       AFP PHOTO / Jim WATSON        (Photo credit should read JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images)

Twilight of the Gods: New Hampshire Voters Reject Clinton , Bush Dynasties in Epic Defeats

On Tuesday night, the establishment of both parties got hammered. On the Democratic side of the aisle, the most establishment candidate in American history, Hillary Rodham Clinton, got demolished by a 74-year-old loonbag socialist – she’s currently losing by more than 20 points in the state that saved her campaign in 2008, and a state she led by 56 points one year ago.

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Meanwhile at Clinton HQ…

This photograph was taken by The Washington Post Tuesday. — With many hours to go, Clinton’s staff has flags ready for their election night party // photo by @melinamara pic.twitter.com/a9ZvkJNiZp — Post Politics (@postpolitics) February 9, 2016 — Via Victory

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Bernie Sanders Defeats Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire

MANCHESTER, N.H. – Bernie Sanders soundly defeated Hillary Clinton in the 2016 Democratic presidential primary in the state of New Hampshire. CNN called the race for Sanders at approximately 8 PM Eastern Time, based on extensive exit polls and early

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BLOWOUT: TRUMP WINS NEW HAMPSHIRE

MANCHESTER, New Hampshire — Billionaire businessman Donald J. Trump won New Hampshire in a blowout here in the first in the nation primary, as news organizations from CNN to Fox News to the Associated Press and more calling the race for him the second the polls closed statewide at 8 p.m. ET.

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Bernie Sanders Has Date with Al Sharpton After New Hampshire

Bernie Sanders has a breakfast appointment Wednesday morning with MSNBC host and longtime Africa-American power-broker Al Sharpton. The two will reportedly meet Wednesday at the Harlem-based restaurant Sylvia’s, the same haunt that Sharpton chose when he sat down with then-Sen. Barack