He said it lodged there in a drive-by shooting past year that killed his cousin, Joseph McGhaw, 27, as they walked in a public housing complex known simp…
While he’s a very divisive figure, he has been polling extremely well and given the fact that no one seems to be sure exactly what he’s going to say next, his speeches make for some great television. “I don’t see anything wrong with that”. Ted Cruz 5 percent; and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, 4 percent.
“Twenty-five percent of our party probably thinks that Obama was born in Kenya – or at least wants to believe that”. They’re frustrated. I’m just saying that the policies that Mr. Trump is proposing are demagoguery. Donald Trump’s demeaning of his competition is disgusting. “The way he attacks women is going to be a death blow to the future of our party”, Graham warned.
“Come to South Carolina and I’ll beat his brains out”, Graham said of Trump. I know my state.
“Political experience is not a particularly valuable commodity this primary season”, said Murray. That will be his undoing.
Evangelicals – almost two-thirds of the GOP primary electorate in South Carolina call themselves evangelical Christians.
The New Hampshire primary will be held on February 6 and will be the first full-scale primary vote in the 2016 presidential election campaign. But this weekend, it got a $100,000 contribution; a family friend said it came from Seryl Kushner, whose husband, Charles, is, like Trump, a developer in New York and New Jersey.
With Democratic participation down, and a majority of Republicans and virtually all independents supporting Romney, he wins a plurality of the vote and just enough states to take the Electoral College.
POLITICO reported Monday that the Republican parties in North Carolina and Virginia were considering it as a way to thwart Donald Trump from upsetting the GOP establishment.
The debate over a controversial proposal to end the automatic granting of citizenship to children of people in the U.S. illegally is a distraction from what the nation really needs to do to stem the tide of illegal immigration, several Republican presidential candidates said Sunday.
Bolduan: So if he is, what do you do?
And if he is the nominee, Graham said, “We’ll lose, and we should lose”. We’ll lose, and we should lose.
Trump has said he supports legal immigration, but on the stump he seems to show little interest in the dreams of modern day immigrants. The money question about Trumpmania is how much of it is based on fully informed populism, i.e. people who love Trump warts and all, and how much is based on low information, i.e. people who’ve heard nothing more about him than “The Apprentice” and the fact that he’s been pounding the table about closing the border.