Despite Donald Trump‘s claim that he got Former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger his new gig on Celebrity Apprentice, the Terminator has officially endorsed Ohio Gov. John Kasich on Sunday.
Schwarzenegger appeared with the Ohio Governor at a campaign stop in Columbus.
“I want John Kasich to be the next nominee of the Republicans and also to be the next president of the United States,” he said in a video he posted Sunday to his story on Snapchat. 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
Today Carly Fiorina is ending her run for the Republican presidential nomination.
Fiorina, a former Hewlett-Packard executive, made the announcement Facebook Wednesday after finishing seventh in New Hampshire’s primary.
“While I suspend my candidacy today, I will continue to travel this country and fight for those Americans who refuse to settle for the way things are and a status quo that no longer works for them,” Fiorina said in a post. Continue reading
The Washington Times is reporting that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will end his bid for the presidential race, saying he will issue a formal statement Wednesday afternoon.
The announcement comes on the heels of Christie’s disappointing sixth-place finish in New Hampshire’s GOP primary on Tuesday.
In the wake of the results, Christie told supporters he was canceling plans to go to South Carolina, the site of the next GOP primary. 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
Fox Business is hosting tonight’s GOP debate and in the process promised that they will avoid the problems of the CNBC affair.
Republican Party leadership bitterly objected to CNBC’s debate, calling them out for bias. In the fallout, the GOP suspended its partnership with NBC for another scheduled debate next year. LIVE STREAM.
How to watch: The eight candidates will take the stage for the prime-time debate Tuesday at Continue reading
The early results are in, and Bernie Sanders has come out the clear winner, according to the trusty Drudge Report poll.
Drudge, who conducts a poll of his readers for both Republican and Democratic debates, shows Sanders with a commanding lead of over 54 percent.
Hillary came on a surprising fourth place, garnering only 6 percent of the vote. Continue reading
Donald Trump just slaughtered another poll, taking a whopping 52 percent of the votes at the Nashville Straw Poll, an annual convention of the tea party-backed National Federation of Republican Assemblies.
Ted Cruz did fairly well himself, placing second by garnering nearly a quarter of the ballots cast.
Donald Trump took his Republican presidential campaign to Tennessee Saturday Continue reading