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Exclusive: Ted Cruz Endorses Donald Trump in 2020

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) said he expected to support President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign in 2020 during a Tuesday interview with SiriusXM hosts Rebecca Mansour and Joel Pollak on Breitbart News Tonight.

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WSJ: Peter Thiel Leaves Silicon Valley ‘One-Party State’

Billionaire venture capitalist and noted conservative Peter Thiel is leaving Silicon Valley for Los Angeles, according to the Wall Street Journal, amidst a continuing backlash against his support of President Donald Trump.

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Amnesty Activists Target Auto Shop for Supporting Pro-Trump Sheriff

Pro-amnesty activists led by the former chairman of La Raza and the director of the Puente Movement organized a boycott in front of a local Arizona tire store after they posted signage supporting pro-Donald Trump Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who is running for re-election.

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The Emerging Trumpian Majority

Something big is happening in American politics—bigger than this election. And so even if we can’t precisely predict the winner this November, we can know the general contours of American politics in the decades to come: populists on one side, elitists on the other.

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton addresses delegates on the fourth and final night of the Democratic National Convention at Wells Fargo Center on July 28, 2016 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. / AFP / Robyn BECK (Photo credit should read ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images)

Shock Poll: Reuters/Ipsos Radically Changes Methodology to Favor Clinton

The Reuters/Ipsos polling team announced Friday that they are dropping the “Neither” option from their presidential preference polls after their tracking polls showed a 17-point swing in favor of the Republican nominee Donald J. Trump, exposing the “Secret Trump Voters” Democrats fear.

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Joe Borelli: ‘Convention Apocalypse’ Hit DNC, Not RNC as Media Predicted

New York Co-Chair for the Trump campaign and New York City Councilman from Staten Island Joe Borelli spoke to Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Stephen K. Bannon about the two national political conventions, stating, “There was really a measured program, or rather, an effort, to try to silence some of the protesters that they knew would happen [at the Democrat convention]. The prediction of convention apocalypse that the mainstream media predicted for the RNC was actually materialized at the DNC.”

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O’Jays Send Donald Trump Cease and Desist Over ‘Apprentice’ Theme Song

Eddie Levert and Walter Williams, founding members of the legendary R&B group The O’Jays, sent a cease and desist letter to the Trump campaign and to U.S. Rep. John Mica (R-Florida) after the congressman posted a now-deleted-pro-Trump video to YouTube featuring the band’s song “For the Love of Money,” which later became the theme song for Trump’s television show The Apprentice.

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Milo on Larry Kudlow: ‘Twitter Has Made Me Into A Free Speech Martyr’

Appearing on the Larry Kudlow show last Saturday, Breitbart Tech and Social Justice editor Milo Yiannopoulos discussed his suspension from Twitter, and how the Republican National Convention, which was held earlier in the week, had changed from previous iterations of the event.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump (L) and Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence take questions from the audience at the The Hotel Roanoke & Conference Center on July 25, 2016 in Roanoke, Virginia. Trump made a point to address the evangelicals during his visit to the bible belt. Trump is …

Nate Silver: Trump Has 57 Percent Chance of Winning If Election Held Today

Nate Silver writes that it is very common for post-convention bounce to mask the reality of a losing campaign. “John McCain and Sarah Palin did so in 2008, for example, and even Walter Mondale led a couple of polls in 1984. But those bounces do not always turn out to be predictive.”

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To Not Choose Is to Choose

I understand the Cruz supporters and Never Trumpers’ angst about Trump. He’s not a full-spectrum conservative. But remind me of all of our nominees in the past who have been?

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9 Musicians Who Barred Donald Trump From Using Their Music

During his blistering 13-month campaign to win the Republican nomination for president, Donald Trump was scolded by several musicians who claimed the White House hopeful did not have permission to play their songs at his various campaign rallies.

US Senator Ted Cruz of Texas speaks on the third day of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, on July 20, 2016. / AFP / Timothy A. CLARY (Photo credit should read TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images)

Trump Opens Up In Sunday Interview: Cruz ‘Life In Politics Is Over’

Republican presidential nominee Donald J. Trump spoke to Mark Halperin, a host of The Circus — the weekly political program carried on Showtime — about his reflections on the Republican National Convention that ended Thursday in Cleveland, including the controversy surrounding the speech delivered by his rival, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX).

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Silicon Valley ‘Dazed and Confused’ by Peter Thiel’s RNC Speech

Many tech leaders were left “dazed and confused” after top Silicon Valley venture capitalist Peter Thiel won a standing ovation at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland last Thursday when he introduced himself as both “proud to be gay” and “proud to be Republican.”

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Gov. Mike Pence’s RNC Speech Included Bible Code Words to Christians

“I’m a Christian, a conservative, and a Republican, in that order,” Indiana Gov. Mike Pence declared to America at the Republication National Convention in Cleveland to the wild applause of the assembled delegates, launching into a speech showcasing his evangelical Christian faith—including hidden Bible verses—thrilling America’s Christian population and giving them a huge reason to be for Donald Trump, in addition to already being against Hillary Clinton.

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WATCH – Jon Stewart Tells Trump Supporters: ‘You Don’t Own’ America

Former Daily Show host Jon Stewart guest-hosted The Late Show with Stephen Colbert Thursday night, launching into a 13-minute rant about Donald Trump, Fox News, and Christian conservative Republican voters that was reminiscent of the sharp attacks he delivered during his tenure on Comedy Central.

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I’m a Millennial Working Mom. Ivanka Trump Spoke for Me

Ivanka Trump gave a truly impressive speech at the Republican National Convention. She came across as competent, credible, sensible and strong. As I write this, I have my 11-month-old in my office with me, as I rush to finish my

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‘The Daily Show’ Crashes During Live Trump Parody

Comedy Central’s The Daily Show suffered a technical glitch during a live broadcast late Thursday night as the program debuted a Rosie O’Donnell-narrated skit mocking Donald Trump, who had just finished speaking at the Republican National Convention.

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Blue State Blues: The Trump Convention Was the People’s Convention

What united everyone in the room was the fact that everyone put America first. Donald Trump took that dusty old slogan, wiped away the grime of Second World War isolationism, and presented it to the nation as something new — what his friend Tom Barrack called the “diamond” at the heart of the American self-image.

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ESPN’s Marly Rivera to Lou Holtz: You Have to Respect My Culture

On Thursday’s “First Take” on ESPN2, ESPN’s Marly Rivera responded to former Notre Dame coach Lou Holtz comments at the Republican National Convention where he called the high number of immigrants an “invasion” and said immigrants should learn and speak English.

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Republican National Convention: Cleveland Rocked!

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Some of us owe Cleveland an apology. When the Republican National Committee announced the host city for the 2016 convention, the smart set put it down to pure political calculation: the GOP needs Ohio to win, hence Ohio.