Tag: 2016 GOP presidential campaign

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George P. Bush: Swallow ‘Bitter Pill’ and Vote for Trump

Texas Land Commissioner and Texas GOP Victory Chair George P. Bush told members of Texas State Republican Executive Committee (SREC), “it’s a bitter pill to swallow, but you know what? You get back up and help the man who won, and you make sure that we stop Hillary Clinton.” While he stopped short of an endorsement, he said it was time for Texas Republicans to get behind the 2016 presidential nominee, Donald Trump.

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T. Boone Pickens: ‘I’m on Board’ with Trump’s Temporary Muslim Ban

Iconic Texas billionaire and principal of BP Capital Management, T. Boone Pickens, offered his full-throated support for presumed Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s proposal to temporarily block Muslims from entry to the United States. Pickens also made clear his intent

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Ted Cruz: Delegate Battle for Nomination Now a Two-Man Race

Republican candidate and Texas Ted Cruz told supporters in Houston this is now a tw0-man race for the nomination. The senator began the day of this major primary just 90 delegates behind GOP front-runner Donald Trump. After Tuesday night, he found himself with an estimated 36 of the 301 delegates at stake on election day.

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GOP Sets Up Narrative: Party’s Future Now Depends on John Kasich

With Ohio Gov. John Kasich having won his state’s GOP presidential primary, the national Republican Party is setting up the narrative that its future now depends on Kasich. In a press release, Kasich campaign chief strategist John Weaver said with

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Marco Rubio Supporters Lukewarm to Voting for John Kasich in Ohio

COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 12 (UPI) — A day after Florida Sen. Marco Rubio implored supporters in Ohio to vote for rival Gov. John Kasich in a bid to stymie front-runner Donald Trump, some of Rubio’s fans are less than enthusiastic about the idea.

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***Horse Race LiveWire*** Welcome to Super Saturday

Ted Cruz won the most delegates on Super Saturday by winning Kansas and Maine. Donald Trump picked up wins in Kentucky and Louisiana and promptly called on Rubio, who did not even finish in second in any state, to drop out of the race.

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK - FEBRUARY 28: Conservative talk host Glenn Beck endorses Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz before Cruz made a speech to supporters during a campaign rally February 28, 2016 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Cruz spoke of making America great again and upholding the Constitution. (Photo by J Pat …

***Horse Race LiveWire*** One Day to Super Saturday

Welcome to Breitbart News’s daily live updates of the 2016 horse race. Today, Republican candidates try to win the post-debate spin battle while making last-minute pitches to Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, and Maine.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump February 23, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

How the GOP Insiders Plan to Steal the Nod From Trump

Despite a growing string of victories in the Republican primaries ,the DC-Wall Street cabal that has dominated the GOP since 1988 has no intention of letting the billionaire real estate mogul be nominated. None other than Karl Rove has insisted the stop-Trump effort is not too late and can succeed.

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Planned Parenthood Touts Seven-Figure Ad Buy for Hillary Clinton

Any American who says abortion is not an important issue in the 2016 campaign will get an argument from abortion-business leader Planned Parenthood, which is promising to spend at least $10 million to aid Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton in Michigan, Virginia, and Texas.