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***Horse Race LiveWire*** Glenn Beck Equates Donald Trump to Wife Beater over Megyn Kelly Comments


Welcome to Breitbart News’s daily live updates of the 2016 horse race.


All times eastern.

Saturday, 3:26 AM

Glenn Beck equates Donald Trump to a wife beater over his comments about Megyn Kelly, as well as comparing him to Vladimir Putin and intimating Trump would murder critical reporters if he were president:

12:40 Protesters clash with police outside Trump’s rally in Salt Lake City.


7:55: Trump urges boycott of Megyn Kelly’s show:

Fox blasts Trump for “sick obsession” with Kelly.

7:15: Trump’s Senior Policy Adviser says Trump will bring back jobs from China and Japan

6:03: Sanders rallying in Utah:

6:00: Cruz on Romney endorsement:

5:52: Cruz in Arizona:

5:50: Team Kasich ripping Romney:


5:47: Kasich accuses Romney of representing the “old establishment.”

5:45: Cruz inviting fundraisers to Vegas event:

According to CNN, “Current fundraisers must collect $100,000 this quarter to attend, but people new to Cruz’s team only need $50,000, according to the invitation.”

5:30: Cruz on the border in Arizona:

5:25: CNN will host a five-candidate forum on Monday. The candidates will not be together on stage in the three-hour event and will be interviewed separately.

5:15: Kasich: ‘Under no circumstances’ Will I Be Trump’s Running Mate:

4:25: Trump ripping Romney:



4:20: Romney says a vote for Kasich is a vote for Trump:

I like Governor John Kasich. I have campaigned with him. He has a solid record as governor. I would have voted for him in Ohio. But a vote for Governor Kasich in future contests makes it extremely likely that Trumpism would prevail.

4:18: Romney says “Trumpism” is associated with “racism, misogyny, bigotry, xenophobia, vulgarity and, most recently, threats and violence.”

Today, there is a contest between Trumpism and Republicanism. Through the calculated statements of its leader, Trumpism has become associated with racism, misogyny, bigotry, xenophobia, vulgarity and, most recently, threats and violence. I am repulsed by each and every one of these.

4:07: Trump again slams Club for Growth:

3:50: Romney wants chaos, says he will vote for Cruz this weekend in Utah. He campaigned for Kasich last week in Ohio.

3:45: White House: Trump Wasn’t Speaking ‘Metaphorically’ about Riots, but Obama was re: “war zone” comment:

3:30: Sanders threatening Sheriff Joe?

3:25: Sanders walks out on reporter when questioned about Sheriff Joe Arpaio:

3:15: Utah Governor Upset Clinton Didn’t Visit Utah:

3:10: Rapper T.I. compares Trump to a mafia leader re: offering to pay legal fees of supporters who punch agitators and doesn’t want Trump supporters to buy his album.

3:07: Trump blasts Graham and Erickson, who he says got “fired like a dog.”


2:35: New line from Sanders on Clinton/Trump:

2:25: Looks like the anti-Trump movement is profitable ($63 million since New Hampshire win) for those in the GOP establishment and the conservative industrial complex:

Broadcast advertising dollars aimed at toppling GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump has soared 900 percent since his first primary victory in New Hampshire – a total of more than $63 million — according to an ABC News analysis of CMAG/Kantar Media data.

2:15: Arizona Republic endorses Kasich, asks voters to reject Trump.


2:10: Simpsons writer says episode predicting Trump presidency was “warning to America.”

2:00: Sanders makes first visit ever to Idaho:

1:55: Paul Ryan met with anti-Trump donors.

House Speaker Paul Ryan met Thursday night at a pricey French restaurant here with some of the party’s biggest donors to assess a political landscape dominated by one vexing question: what to do about Donald Trump.

The dinner was a highlight of a secretive two-day conclave, convened under heavy security by a donor group headed by New York hedge-fund manager Paul Singer, that is being viewed as a pivotal moment for the big-money effort to block Trump from the Republican presidential nomination.

1:45: Secret Service investigating whether Anonymous hacked Trump:

1:40: Iowa GOP Chair on those clamoring for a brokered convention: They are having a “difficult time accepting loss… Politics is about being good losers and good winners.”

1:29: Where to watch your fav candidates this weekend:

1:15: Candidate needs to be legit.

1:00: Rasmussen: All three candidates got a boost from Rubio’s exit.

Support for all three of the remaining Republican candidates has grown with the narrowing of the field, but Donald Trump still holds a double-digit lead over both his rivals for the GOP presidential nomination.

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey of Likely Republican Primary Voters finds Trump with 43% support to Senator Ted Cruz’s 28% and Ohio Governor John Kasich’s 21%. Just five percent (5%) of GOP voters like some other candidate, and three percent (3%) remain undecided. (To see survey question wording, click here.)

In our last survey of the Republican field just after the February 20 South Carolina Primary and Jeb Bush’s departure from the race, Florida Senator Marco Rubio and Dr. Ben Carson were still in the running. At that time, it was Trump 36%, Rubio 21%, Cruz 17%, Kasich 12% and Carson with eight percent (8%) GOP support.

12:44: Lindsey Graham still a Twitter punching bag for DJT.

12:39: David Brooks gets Biblical in his new op-ed “No, Not Trump, Not Ever”:

History is a long record of men like him temporarily rising, stretching back to biblical times. Psalm 73 describes them: “Therefore pride is their necklace; they clothe themselves with violence. … They scoff, and speak with malice; with arrogance they threaten oppression. Their mouths lay claim to heaven, and their tongues take possession of the earth. Therefore their people turn to them and drink up waters in abundance.”

And yet their success is fragile: “Surely you place them on slippery ground; you cast them down to ruin. How suddenly they are destroyed.”

The psalmist reminds us that the proper thing to do in the face of demagogy is to go the other way — to make an extra effort to put on decency, graciousness, patience and humility, to seek a purity of heart that is stable and everlasting.

12:33: Left-wing media sure spending a lot of resources to spread David Duke’s message:

12:28: Nate Silver: Dems have nothing to worry about with their lackluster turnout.

12:24: Glenn Beck employee doesn’t believe Cruz has a path to 1,237.

12:20: Now Kasich is the bad guy to everybody but Kasich:

12:16: Cruz optimistic for Utah win:

12:12: AP wire on threat sent to Eric Trump:

NEW YORK (AP) — Police and the FBI are investigating a threatening letter sent to the Manhattan apartment of Donald Trump’s son Eric that contained a white powder, two law enforcement officials said Friday.

Preliminary tests on the substance in the envelope sent to Eric Trump’s apartment Thursday indicated it was not hazardous, according to the officials, who were not authorized to disclose details of the threat and spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity.

The handwritten letter was postmarked March 5 from Boston and referenced Donald Trump’s presidential bid.

The letter said: “If your father does not drop out of the race, the next envelope won’t be a fake.” It was signed “X,” according to one of the law enforcement officials, who had seen the letter.

In a statement, the New York Police Department confirmed that it had responded to a Trump building overlooking Central Park to investigate a suspicious letter received by a tenant but didn’t name the recipient.

Eric Trump, 32, is one of five children of businessman and Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump. He has been campaigning for his father.

Donald Trump’s representatives did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

11:55: Data point.

11:53: FINALLY, the more famous half of LMFAO (who infamously feuded with Mitt Romney) weighs in on Trump:

11:17: Presented without comment.

10:58: A local news report that blew up last night: Utah will allow ONLINE voting in its caucuses. The report makes no mention of efforts to protect against voter fraud.

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