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Donald Trump: Sarah Palin To Iowa; Ted Cruz’s Campaign Mailer ‘A Government Voter Violation’

GOP frontrunner Donald Trump announced that former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin is coming to campaign with him ahead of the Iowa caucuses on Monday night and also said fellow GOP presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz’s (R-TX) controversial campaign mailer “looks like a government voter violation.”

“She’s going to be here,” Trump said of Palin, adding that she’s “going to be on Monday on the Today Show.”

Trump also commented on competitor GOP candidate Sen. Ted Cruz’s (R-TX) controversial campaign mailer saying, it “looks like a government voter violation.”

“They’re investigating him now,” Trump added.

“It is so dishonest,” Trump said. “It is so dishonest. Then, he took an ad about me and said I was in favor of Obamacare.” Trump said that’s “such a lie” because he is campaigning to repeal and replace Obamacare.

Trump drew a huge crowd – with a long line out the door and along the sidewalk – in Council Bluffs, Iowa at Gerald W. Kirn Middle School for his first campaign rally of the day on Sunday, joined by his wife and Liberty University president Jerry Falwell, Jr. who has personally endorsed Trump for president and been campaigning with him ahead of the Iowa caucus on Monday.

“He will be unbelievable” Trump’s wife Melania told the crowd as she was brought on stage, referencing his deal making and negotiating skills.

Trump also had his daughter Ivanka – who is pregnant – and her husband Jerry join him on stage as well. “Wouldn’t that be great…that would guarantee victory,” Trump joked about Ivanka having her baby while in Iowa.

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