2016 Republican Debate

***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.

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 …

Tuesday will be ‘Super Cruzday,’ Says Texas Governor

Texas Governor Greg Abbott said next Tuesday’s Republican primary will be “Super Cruzday.” His comment came during his “cruz” through the spin room after the Republican presidential debate on Thursday night.


The CNBC Debate Moderators On Hillary Clinton and Free Trade

Consumers of political news should understand that the biases of debate moderators are highly relevant. It doesn’t mean moderators with strong views are incapable of running a good debate, but the networks really ought to make portfolios of their moderators’ political history available for easy public consumption. It is fair to ask what sort of perspective these CNBC moderators bring to the presidential contest.

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Ted Cruz Continues Commitment to Defund Planned Parenthood

Sen. Ted Cruz continued his commitment to defund Planned Parenthood during Wednesday night’s CNN GOP debate, even if it means a federal spending bill does not pass because taxpayer dollars for the abortion business are included in it.

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Naturalized Citizen Emily Blunt Should Deport Herself

While filming a segment with other stars for The Hollywood Reporter at the Toronto International Film Festival this past weekend, British-born actress Emily Blunt said she regretted becoming a U.S. citizen after watching the Aug. 6 Fox News Republican debate.

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Megyn Kelly Will Not Apologize to Donald Trump

Donald Trump says we have too much political correctness. In the Fox News/Facebook debate, Megyn Kelly asked him a question about not being politically correct, and he objects.

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