Donald Trump has commented on the terrorist attacks that rocked Brussels Tuesday morning, warning that “this is just the beginning.”
Trump was appearing on Fox News’ “Fox and Friends,” when he made the comments.
“I will tell you, I’ve been talking about this a long time, and look at Brussels,” Trump said. “Brussels was a beautiful city, a beautiful place with zero crime. Continue reading
The Quinnipiac University poll tallying the nation’s pick for the top GOP contender was just released and guess who’s head and shoulders above the rest? You guessed it, Donald Trump. Matter of fact, Trump’s support across the country has reached its highest level.
Trump clocked in with a commanding 39% of support nationwide, while Senator Marco Rubio is 2nd with 19%. Senator Ted Cruz is a close 3rd at 18% and Ohio Governor John Kasich is 4th with 6%. Dr. Ben Carson and former Florida Governor Jeb Bush each have 4%.
Since the previous Quinnipiac University poll that was conducted on February 5th before the New Hampshire primary, Trump has gained 8 points. Continue reading
Most had their caucus dollar on Donald Trump in the days leading up to the Iowa Caucus, but that was not to be Monday night.
With 99 percent of the votes counted, Ted Cruz trumped Trump as the clear winner.
Fox News announced at approximately 10:24 Eastern time that they were calling the race for Ted Cruz, with 99% of precincts reporting. Cruz had 28 percent of the vote while Trump under-performed with 24 percent. Continue reading
On the final day of polling before the Iowa caucus, Donald Trump has surpassed Ted Cruz. The victory could significantly boost the billionaire builder’s chances of winning his party’s nomination.
The poll for the 2016 presidential nomination race shows Trump with the support of 28 percent of likely caucus-goers, followed by 23 percent for the Texas senator and 15 percent for U.S. Senator Marco Rubio of Florida.
The poll’s findings are based on 47 percent of those likely to attend considering themselves evangelical or born again Christians. Continue reading
Braden Joplin, a Ben Carson campaign staffer, was killed after being involved in a serious van crash on Tuesday.
Joplin, 25, died in a nearby hospital as a result of injuries he sustained in the accident. Two other staffers aboard the vehicle were seriously injured.
Joplin was in a van with other Carson campaign volunteers when a van hit an ice patch and flipped on its side. Another vehicle also crashed into the van. Continue reading
Democrat leaning NBC has declared Donald Trump the clear winner of the GOP debate saying the business man more than doubled his national lead in the Republican presidential race.
According to the results from a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll Trump raised his lead to 33 percent of Republican primary voters.
Trump is the first choice of 33 percent of national Republican primary voters – his highest percentage in the poll. Continue reading
Nine Republican presidential candidates will take the stage tonight hoping to gain nods for the party’s presidential nomination. The event is taking place at the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas.
The undercard starts at 5:30 PM est and the main event, featuring frontrunner Donald Trump, runner-up Ted Cruz, Ben Carson, Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush, Carly Fiorina, Chris Christie, John Kasich and Rand Paul, starts at 8:30 PM est. Wolf Blitzer is your moderator.
Viewers can tune in to CNN at 8:30 pm E.T. for the primetime debate. Continue reading
Some are saying that if you read the full text from NBC’s video claiming Donald Trump advocates a Muslim database, you’ll see it paints a much different picture than what the network and Trump distractors are asserting.
What do you think? Comment below. Reporter: “Should there be a database system that tracks Muslims who are in this country?”
Trump: “There should be a lot of systems, beyond databases. We should have a lot of systems, and today you can do it. Continue reading
So here we go again! And when we say “again” we mean Donald Trump is again the clear (early) winner of the ever trusty Drudge Report snap poll.
Other mentionables include Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio. Jeb Bush needed a strong showing tonight, however, according to Drudge’s polling numbers, that did not happen.
If you’re wondering, Ted Cruz got the most air-time at just over 13 minutes. Continue reading