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President Obama’s rising approval ratings will move Hillary Clinton forward


  President Barack Obama’s approval ratings are up, and he seems more willing than ever to make waves and push for his policies until Election Day and beyond. This is good news for Hillary Clinton, who got another lift Tuesday by winning four major state primaries, in Florida, Illinois, North Carolina and Ohio, and …

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Donald Trump Warns Supporters Could Riot if He Doesn’t Get GOP Nomination

Donald Trump

Donald Trump warned on Wednesday that his supporters would respond with “riots” if he fails to secure the nomination at July’s convention in Cleveland. “I think you’d have riots,” Trump told CNN on Wednesday. “I think you’d have riots. I’m representing a tremendous many, many millions of people.” At Trump …

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Ted Cruz plots a path to 1,237 delegates — but keeps his backup plan


Ted Cruz is girding for an admittedly long, narrow path to clinching the GOP nomination before the GOP convention in July, a tightrope walk that has no margin for error if he is to dethrone Donald Trump at the ballot box. Gone are the projections that the GOP race would …

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Bernie’s longshot victory strategy


  After string of defeats, he looks to friendlier turf and a possible plea to superdelegates. Bernie Sanders is falling further and further behind in pledged delegates — but even after Hillary Clinton’s Tuesday romp, his campaign says there’s a longshot strategy that lets him regain momentum and win the …

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What to watch for on Super-Duper Tuesday


Some newscasts are calling today Super Tuesday, and your memory isn’t playing tricks on you if you’re thinking, Didn’t we just have one of those? Today, when voters go to the polls in five big states — Florida, Illinois, Ohio, Missouri and North Carolina — marks the second crucial, all-important, …

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Clinton and Sanders accuse Trump of inciting violence

Sanders & Clinton

(CNN) Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders both accused Donald Trump of inciting violence, with the former secretary of state calling him “bigoted” and alleging he had perpetrated “political arson,” while the Vermont senator labeled him a “pathological liar” at a town hall on Sunday night. “It is clear that Donald Trump is …

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Why liberals should root for Ted Cruz


  America’s liberals finally have a candidate they can wholeheartedly root for in the Republican primaries — Texas Sen. Ted Cruz. There’s been incredible temptation to root for Donald Trump, whose unfavorable ratings are sky-high and whose candidacy is tearing the conservative movement apart, but it’s tempered by growing fear …

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Man Who Rushed Stage During Trump Rally Reveals Why He Attempted That Kind of Protest


The protester who rushed the stage during Donald Trump’s Saturday rally in Dayton, Ohio, gave an exclusive interview with CNN Sunday night during which he explained his motivations behind his attempt to snatch the podium away from the GOP frontrunner. Tommy DiMassimo, 22, of Fairborn, Ohio, made headlines over the weekend …

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Trump: Sanders is responsible for violence

Trump blames Sanders

Donald Trump was adamant on Sunday morning he was not responsible for encouraging violence and chaos at his rallies, instead pointing the finger at Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders. “I don’t even call them protesters, I call them disrupters,” Trump said on CNN’s “State of The Union.” “A lot of them …

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Attempted Attack On Donald Trump Was Worse Than It Originally Looked

Donald Trump Attack

New footage shows that the attempted attack on Donald Trump in Dayton, OH on Saturday was a far more dangerous situation than it originally appeared on television. A man jumps a barrier and makes it past several security guards, before finally being stopped feet from Mr. Trump. It is unknown …

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