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Trump Projected to Win South Carolina

  Saturday February 20, 2016 – COLUMBIA, S.C. —Donald Trump was projected to win the South Carolina primary on Saturday night, sustaining his position as the front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination. Trump prevailed after a rocky week on the campaign trail by tapping into the frustrations and anxieties of voters here with his red-hot rhetoric about combating terrorism and ending ...

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Poll Shows Donald Trump With Double Digit Lead in South Carolina

  Friday February 19, 2016 – Donald Trump will almost certainly win Saturday’s Republican primary in South Carolina. Polling in that state has shown him with a large, consistent lead that’s narrowed only a bit since the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primary earlier this month. You can see that narrowing in this graph of the Real Clear Politics polling average in ...

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CBS News Poll: Trump Maintains Sizable Lead Over GOP Field

    Thursday February 18, 2016 – Donald Trump (35 percent) continues to hold a commanding lead over the rest of the field, with a 17 point lead over his closest rival, Texas Senator Ted Cruz (18 percent). John Kasich (11 percent) has now risen to a virtual third-place tie with Marco Rubio (12 percent). Trump leads among nearly every demographic ...

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Hillary Clinton Barks Like a Dog at Reno Rally

  Tuesday February 16, 2016 – Hillary Clinton barked like a dog on Monday to taunt Republicans for not telling the truth. “One of my favorite political ads of all time was a radio ad in rural Arkansas where the announcer says, ‘Wouldn’t it be great if somebody running for office said something [and] we could have an immediate reaction ...

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Donald Trump Threatens to Bring Suit Against Ted Cruz

  Tuesday February 16, 2016 – Donald Trump unleashed a torrent of insults at chief rival Ted Cruz on Monday, calling him “unstable,” “a disgusting liar” and a “basket case” — while threatening a lawsuit to challenge his qualifications to run for president. “We will bring a lawsuit if he doesn’t straighten his act out,” Trump said of Cruz at a ...

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George W. Bush Campaigns in South Carolina for Brother Jeb

  Monday February 15, 2016 –  NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. — South Carolina saved George W. Bush in 2000. Now the former president is looking to save his brother Jeb 16 years later. George W. Bush makes an unusual political appearance here Monday night, stumping for Jeb as he seeks a campaign turnaround in Saturday’s pivotal primary in South Carolina. “I’m proud of the fact ...

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New York ex-Gov. Eliot Spitzer Accused of Assault

  Monday February 15, 2016 – Former New York governor Eliot Spitzer, whose political career collapsed following a 2008 prostitution scandal, is the subject of an assault investigation involving a young woman, New York City police said Monday. Manhattan detectives are investigating allegations of an assault and “the victim has indicated the suspect was Eliot Spitzer,” Det. Adam Navarro told USA TODAY. Navarro said no arrest ...

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