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Vulgar Don: Trump Exposes a General Election Achilles Heel

When it comes to defeating Democrats, I have only one guiding principle: defeat Democrats. In 2012, Team Obama accused Mitt Romney of murder and of not paying his taxes for ten years, and the DC Media let them. I do

DETROIT, MI - MARCH 03: Republican presidential candidate Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) participates in a debate sponsored by Fox News on March 3, 2016 in Detroit, Michigan. Voters in Michigan will go to the polls March 8 for the State's primary. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Debate Disgrace: Fox News Exposed as Pro-Rubio Super PAC

Another Fox News debate, another two hours of proof that the “fair and balanced” network is nothing more than a super PAC for Marco Rubio, who, by the way, had a terrible night. In their naked pursuit of Donald Trump’s scalp, moderators Chris Wallace, Bret Baier, and Megyn Kelly used every cheap trick in the book.


Report: Megyn Kelly Insults Donald Trump Off-Camera as The Evil ‘Voldemort’

During Thursday night’s Republican primary debate, co-moderator Megyn Kelly referred to the absent Donald Trump as the “elephant in the room.” Behind-the-scenes, as revealed by Ted Cruz immediately after the debate, Kelly privately referred to Trump as “Voldemort,” the embodiment

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Marco Rubio Focuses on Faith in Last Iowa Debate

In Thursday night’s Fox News debate, Sen. Marco Rubio appeared very aware that his time is shrinking to make an impact on Iowa voters, as he focused his performance intently on his faith and less on political attacks.

2016 Republican presidential candidates Rick Santorum, former senator, from left, Carly Fiorina, former chairman and chief executive officer of Hewlett-Packard Co., Mike Huckabee, former governor of Arkansas, and Jim Gilmore, former governor of Virginia, arrive to participate in the Republican presidential candidate debate in Des Moines, Iowa, Jan. 28, 2016.

Rebellion: Candidates Rip Fox News In Undercard Debate

There is a disturbance in the Fox News force, and Republican frontrunner Donald Trump’s ongoing feud with the powerful cable news network appears to have given his fellow candidates the go ahead to form a rebellion. Something that seemed impossible

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Fox News’s Rupert Murdoch Endorsed Obamatrade

Donald Trump’s decision not to participate in the Fox News debate has shined a spotlight on the advocacy efforts and undisclosed conflict of interests of the news network’s founder, Rupert Murdoch. These advocacy efforts may perhaps explain some of the motivations underlying the network’s treatment of the GOP frontrunner.


Lewandowski: Trump May Stage Townhall if Fox Won’t Dump Megyn

With just five days until Fox News airs the final GOP debate before the Iowa Caucuses, Donald Trump is reigniting his war with Megyn Kelly. “Based on ‪@MegynKelly’s conflict of interest and bias she should not be allowed to be a moderator of the next debate,” Trump tweeted while campaigning in Iowa on Saturday.


Iowa Poll Hints Debate Weakened Donald Trump

Fifty-five percent of Iowa respondents who watched the debate said they felt less comfortable about Trump after the debate, but 41 percent said that it either made no difference or they were actually more comfortable with Trump as a candidate.

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Iowa Poll: Marco Rubio ‘Most Impressive’ in Fox News Debate

Of the 10 candidates featured on the stage, Rubio was cited in the poll by 23.40 percent of the respondents as the candidate who impressed them the most. Ben Carson came in second with 22.44 percent while Ted Cruz wrapped up third place with 11.22 percent.

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GOP Candidates Jump on Bandwagon to Criticize Trump

Donald Trump continues to take fire from his competitors for the Republican nomination for president after controversial comments he made about Fox News Channel’s Megyn Kelly. Carly Fiorina and former Gov. George Pataki (R-NY) chimed in late Friday evening, and several other candidates added their voices on Saturday.

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Trumpnado: Ratings Blowout for GOP Primary Debate

Everyone expected solid, even record ratings for last night’s debate. No one, however, could have predicted just how big the number would end up being. It wasn’t just a blow-out, the first Republican primary debate of the 2016 season earned

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EXCLUSIVE: Conservative Talk Radio Hosts Weigh in on GOP Debate Criteria

Breitbart News reached out to leading conservative talk radio hosts to find out what exactly their listeners are saying about the upcoming GOP primary presidential debate, which will feature the top 10 candidates on the debate stage while the other six candidates will have a secondary event.