Monthly Archives: December 2015

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Trump’s End of Year Schedule

Merry Christmas Eve! Donald Trump is taking a few days off for Christmas, but he’ll be back on the road before New Year’s. We’re adding the following campaign stops to Donald’s Itinerary: Monday, December 28 Donald Trump will be speaking at Pennichuck Middle School at 7:00 PM in Nashua, New Hampshire. You can get tickets here. Tuesday, December 29 Donald Trump will be holding a rally at the Mid-America Center at 6:30 PM in Council…

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Ring in the New Year With Donald Trump on Fox News Channel

Looking for a fun time on December 31st? Want to ring in 2016 with the man who’s going to bring America to a new level of greatness? Do you want to start the new year in a HUGE way? Then you need to find out how to get Fox News Channel from your cable provider, because Donald Trump’s going to be there, live and in person! According to Deadline.com, “The GOP Presidential candidate will join…

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Trump Notches Another Victim: Graham Drops Out

Bobby Jindal, Rick Perry, Scott Walker. Since entering the Republican race for President, Donald Trump has knocked out opponent after opponent in the crowded field. This weekend, he scored another knockout, when Senator Lindsay Graham of South Carolina finally bowed out of the race, admitting that he simply had no chance of winning the election, and that the field is still too crowded. Echoing what Trump has been saying for months, Graham asked other candidates…

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Trump to Speaker Ryan- you screwed up

Recently, in an interview with ABC News, Donald Trump criticized the budget recently passed by the House of Representatives under Speaker Ryan.   The House passed a $1.1 trillion dollar spending deal early on Friday after passing a $622 billion tax measure on Thursday.  Both bills were promptly ratified by the Senate. The President is expected to sign both bills soon. “If anyone needs more evidence of why the American people are suffering at the…

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Trump’s Poll Numbers Continue To Rise

Real Clear Politics’ poll tracker shows Donald Trump’s graph line pegging the top of their chart: it’s higher than it’s ever been, and shows every intention of rising higher. In contrast, almost every one of his competitors are showing declines, Ted Cruz being the only exception. Recent polls (Fox and CNN) give Trump a 21 point lead over Cruz, 39 to 18. Quinnipiac gives Cruz a better second place finish (28 to 24), but with…