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Elliott Abrams: Trump, Netanyahu ‘Reset’ U.S.-Israel Relations

TEL AVIV – The meeting between President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu marked a “symbolic reset of relations” after eight years of “tension” between the two countries, a top American foreign policy expert said on Friday.

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Nuclear Option: It Was Always Going to Be Bush Vs. Clinton 2016

It was always going to be this way: Bush vs. Clinton 2016. From the very start, the media tried to rig this election to be a showdown between the Republican Party’s polite and uptight Bush clan and the Democratic Party’s shameless and self-serving Clinton mafia.

Frank Gaffney, founder and president of the Center for Security Policy, testifies during a hearing of the Senate Judiciary Committee July 24, 2013 in Washington, DC. The committee heard testimony from the panelists on 'Closing Guantanamo: The National Security, Fiscal, and Human Rights Implications.' (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

CAIR Attacks Ted Cruz for Placing ‘Infamous Islamophobes’ on Security Team

The Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) — the organization labeled a terrorist organization in the United Arab Emirates — is calling on 2016 Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz to remove individuals from his national security advisory team which CAIR has labeled “infamous Islamophobes.”

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Bloomberg Poll: Trump +19 in South Carolina

A new Bloomberg poll of South Carolina shows Donald Trump maintaining a strong lead in the state heading into Saturday’s primary. Trump has the support of 36 percent of likely Republican voters, followed distantly by Ted Cruz in second with

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Caution: New Hampshire Polls Show Tightening Race, or Not

A bevy of new polls were released Thursday and Friday, ahead of the final weekend before New Hampshire votes on Tuesday. The common denominator is that the race in New Hampshire is tightening. It isn’t really clear whether this is a normal tightening that happens ahead of actual voting or a real shift in momentum.

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0.3 Percent Jindal Taunts, Jeers 40 Percent Trump

Gov. Bobby Jindal’s latest CNN op-ed strike on Trump is unlikely to leave a scratch, partly because Jindal is bumping along near zero percent in the polls, while Trump is reaching up to 40 percent.