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Wikileaks: John Harwood Boasted of Goading Trump at Debate

John Harwood of CNBC and The New York Times, who moderated one of the early Republican presidential primary debates, was not only supportive of Hillary Clinton, but boasted to Clinton campaign chair John Podesta about goading Donald Trump at the debate, according to new emails released Tuesday by Wikileaks.

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Watch: Cruz, Rubio Fight Over Immigration

In the Saturday Republican presidential debate on CBS, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), both of Cuban descent debated on the topic of immigration. “Marco went on Univision in Spanish and said he would not rescind President Obama’s illegal

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Trump Spars with Jeb on ISIS: ‘Jeb Is so Wrong’

During Saturday’s Republican presidential debate on CBS, GOP presidential candidates Donald Trump and former Gov. Jeb Bush (R-FL) battled over Russia’s involvement in taking down ISIS. First, Bush said he would take down Syrian President Bashar Assad and it would be

Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson participates in the Republican Presidential Candidates debate on February 6, 2016 at St. Anselm's College Institute of Politics in Manchester, New Hampshire. Seven Republicans campaigning to be US president are in a fight for survival in their last debate Saturday before the New Hampshire primary, …

Ben Carson: Zika Pandemic in Brazil ‘Obviously a Big Deal’

At Saturday’s Republican presidential primary debate, Dr. Ben Carson asserted he would be open to quarantining individuals returning from the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Summer Olympics if they exhibited symptoms of having contracted the Zika virus, calling Latin America’s Zika outbreak “obviously a big deal.”

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Analysts: Marco Rubio Crushed by Chris Christie

Chris Christie and Marco Rubio got into a contentious exchange early on during Saturday night’s Republican presidential debate over the latter’s readiness to handle the country’s top job, and political analysts watching were quick to crown Christie the winner. Christie

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Shame on ABC, RNC for Excluding Carly Fiorina!

If I were Carly Fiorina, I would march down to St. Anselm’s College Institute of Politics in Manchester, New Hampshire on Saturday night, storm right onto that stage, and demand I be given a podium at the GOP Debate.

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Celebrities Weigh in on FBN Republican Debate

Hollywood watched Thursday night as the Republican Party’s top seven presidential contenders battled it out in Charleston, South Carolina for Fox Business Network’s Republican Presidential Debate.

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Breitbart News Daily: The Morning After

On the December 16, Breitbart News Daily show, on Sirius XM Patriot channel 125 from 6AM to 9AM EST, host and Breitbart News Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon and Breitbart News’ Matthew Boyle will interview a number of guests and talk about the Republican Las Vegas presidential debate among other important current events.

China's President Xi Jinping (L) claps as Premier Li Keqiang (R) bowing at the beginning of the opening session of the National People's Congress (NPC) at the Great Hall of the People on March 5, 2014 in Beijing, China. China plans to raise defense budget by 12.2 percent to 808.2 …

Breitbart News Daily: Brett M. Decker On the TPP

Author Brett Decker sees the TPP as another step on the long path away from fidelity to the U.S. Constitution. “You know, I don’t think the Founders would recognize anything about this country,” he said. “The whole secrecy around this thing… as much as 20 years I’ve been in this town, it shocked me how you couldn’t see this thing, it couldn’t be public. The public wasn’t allowed to see it before it was voted on and approved. Is that really what this country’s about, where we can have this ‘Great Wall of Paper’ in a new law, and the public isn’t allowed to know what it is?”

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Breitbart News Daily: Michelle Malkin on Immigration and the GOP Debate

Author Michelle Malkin reviews the Republican primary debate on Breitbart News Daily, as well as discussing how the candidates have addressed the issues raised in the new book she co-authored with John Milano, Sold Out: How High-Tech Billionaires & Bipartisan Beltway Crapweasels Are Screwing America’s Best & Brightest Workers.

Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina speaks during the Republican Presidential Debate hosted by Fox Business and The Wall Street Journal November 10, 2015 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. AFP PHOTO / JOSHUA LOTT (Photo credit should read

Carly Fiorina’s Three-Page Tax Plan

Carly Fiorina recommended five steps to reduce the size of government and “really get this economy going again”: zero-based budgeting, instead of giving government agencies automatic spending increases every year; passing the Raines Act to shift power away from unaccountable bureaucrats to Congress; holding a top-to-bottom review of all regulations so we can roll many of them back; holding government officials accountable for their performance; and reforming the tax code.

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Media Matters Defends CNBC over GOP Debate

For once, almost the entire media agreed that the CNBC moderators at the GOP debate showed an unacceptable level of political bias and plain incompetence–except for Media Matters for America.

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GOP Debate: Marco Rubio Touts Immigration Policy

During Wednesday’s GOP debate in Boulder, Colorado, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) said he believes companies that get caught “abusing” the H1-B visa program “should be permanently barred from ever using that program again.”

Top-Polling GOP Candidates Participate In First Republican Presidential Debate

GOP Debate: Want 4% Growth? Get Back to Basics

Later this week, Republican presidential candidates will gather in Simi Valley, at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, for the second GOP debate of the campaign season.

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First Republican Debate: The Candidate Report Card

Thursday night’s Fox News debate featured a bevy of explosive moments, several problematic gaffes, and a binder full of opposition ads for Hillary Clinton, as debate moderators grilled Republican 2016 presidential candidates with alacrity.