A War Of Roses is developing in the race for the Republican nomination as Donald Trump threatened Tuesday to “expose” something juicy about the wife of fellow candidate Ted Cruz.
Trump tweeted Tuesday saying that he would “spill the beans” on Heidi Cruz. The comments came after Cruz released an ad using photos from Melania Trump‘s photoshoot with GQ.
The problem? Those ads didn’t come from Cruz’s campaign. They were released by the anti-Trump super PAC Make America Awesome, run by Republican strategist Liz Mair. According to BuzzFeed News, the ads featuring Melania Trump are being promoted on Instagram, exclusively to Mormon women. Continue reading
Former GOP presidential candidate, Mitt Romney, has lost nearly 40,000 of his valuable Facebook fans after he tried (and failed) to take Donald Trump to task in a Utah speech.
The former nominee unloaded on the current front runner in an angry and accusatory public speech and now 37,332 of his Facebook fans have un-clicked that famous “Like” button.
Romney’s outlandish smears were not without consequences. Before his anti-Trump speech Romney had 10,731,762 fans. Continue reading
Right before he is set to appear at the Fox News Republican debate, Marco Rubio has quietly cancelled two of his scheduled campaign stops. The move has created suspicion on social media that the senator may be quitting the presidential race.
Rubio was set to appear in Baton Rouge, La., and Lexington, Ky., but cancelled both events giving venues and supporters alike, short notice. The campaign gave no reason for the cancellations.
People are still able to register for the events over Eventbrite. What’s more, the campaign offered no reason for the cancellation with the venues. Continue reading
CNN‘s Republican debate on Thursday night caught Marco Rubio taking what appeared to be a pill live on-air.
It happened quickly, but as a Youtube video has now revealed, Rubio reached in his pocket and consumed something, and if you ask the internets, the mystery pill was the powerful stimulant, Adderall.
I didn’t see it…. It wasn’t until I saw the brief clip later that I began thinking that maybe Rubio has a medical problem. Continue reading
On the heels of the 10th Republican debate, I awoke this morning with one burning question I needed answered badly, why the heck does Marco Rubio sweat so much?
We already know Rubio is known for suffering from dry mouth syndrome, but does that in any way explain his constant and profuse sweating problem? We turned to the internet for the answers.
Q: Why does Marco Rubio sweat so much?
Every few seconds he’s dabbing at his face with a hanky because the sweat is raining down by the gallons, down his face, into his eyes . . . does he get nervous or does he have a perspiration problem?
A: It could be a condition called ‘Hyperhidrosis’. Unfortunately, it doesn’t happen when a person is nervous, specifically. Individuals with this unfortunate condition can sweat profusely in a snowstorm much the same way anyone can sweat on a hot summer day. It’s mainly triggered by concentration when there are no other outliers.
They typically sweat while they are sleeping, after showers, and even while sitting in the shade on a cool day. They are their own personal oven since they perilously carry extra body heat, hence the sweating.
It isn’t curable and is unavoidable, and unfortunately, very embarrassing for the sufferer. h/t quora
Well now! That explains everything! Not.
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
Rand Paul has officially dropped out of the race for the White House Wednesday morning after finishing fifth in the Iowa caucuses.
Paul, a first-term Kentucky senator, finished Iowa with only 4 percent of the vote. In comparison, his father, former Rep. Ron Paul finished third place finish four years ago.
“It’s been an incredible honor to run a principled campaign for the White House,” Paul said in a statement. Continue reading