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John Kasich rules out third-party presidential bid

Monday May 16, 2016 –John Kasich has rejected the idea of running as a third-party candidate to try to stop Donald Trump from winning the presidency. “I’m not gonna do that,” the Ohio governor told CNN’s Anderson Cooper in an interview Monday. Ted Cruz and Kasich ended their bids for the Republican nomination about two weeks ago, after Trump won ...

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Donald Trump, Paul Ryan Call Meeting ‘Positive Step’ Toward Unifying GOP

Thursday May 12, 2016 – Presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan described their meetings in Washington, D.C., today as a “positive step” toward unifying the Republican Party. The two men issued a joint statement calling for Republicans to “unite around our shared principles, advance a conservative agenda and do all we can to win this ...

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Sanders, Trump win W. Virginia, Trump also takes Nebraska

Wednesday May 11, 2016 – Sen. Bernie Sanders won the West Virginia Democratic primary Tuesday to stay alive in his long-shot bid to take the party’s presidential nomination from front-runner Hillary Clinton, while Republican Donald Trump won primaries in West Virginia and Nebraska. Sanders had roughly 51 percent of the West Virginia vote, compared to 36 percent for Clinton, with ...

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Biden: ‘I would have been the best president’

Wednesday May 11, 2016 -Vice President Joe Biden said in an interview that aired Wednesday he would have been the “best president” had he run for the highest office in the land. “I think I would have been the best president, but it was the right thing not just for my family but for me,” not to run, Biden said ...

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A new poll shows Trump beating Clinton in Ohio

Tuesday May 10, 2016 – By the time this article goes live, Donald Trump will almost certainly have sent out one of his trademark “THANK YOU OHIO!” tweets, celebrating a new Quinnipiac University poll showing him leading Hillary Clinton in a general election match-up in the critical swing state. No one loves any pollster more than Trump loves a pollster ...

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Feel the BERN? Bernie Sanders health care plan is short $17,000,000,000,000

Monday May 09, 2016 – Sen. Bernie Sanders has proposed paying for his proposals to transform large sectors of the government and the economy mainly through increased taxes on wealthy Americans. A pair of new studies published Monday suggests Sanders would not come up with enough money using this approach, and that the poor and the middle class would have to pay more than Sanders has projected in ...

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Trump’s Warning to Paul Ryan Signals Further G.O.P. Unrest

Monday May 09, 2016 – Mr. Trump’s warning was his latest affront to Republicans who have urged him to adopt a more cooperative and unifying tone. And it amounted to an extraordinary escalation in tensions between the party’s presumptive nominee and its highest-ranking officeholder. In a series of television interviews that aired Sunday, Mr. Trump demonstrated little interest in making ...

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