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The Day in Politics – ‘ANALYSIS: Republican Debate Shows What Donald Trump Has Already Won’


Now trust me I WANT Donald Trump to be the
Republican nominee.
My biggest fear now is Sander’s eroding what could
have been a huge Democrat landslide into maybe
even becoming the Democratic nominee.

Trump with his outrageous hate filled sound bits –
which the media refuses to fact check or call him
out on – will C-R-U-S-H Bernie.


Socialist Democrat.

You will not be able to turn on a radio, a TV,
read a newspaper or troll the net without seeing
those two words.

Trump wins.

The Democrats won’t take back the Senate because
instead of Republicans having to defend Trump’s
words – Democrats will have to defend Sander’s.


Donald Trump – “We have to stop with political


‘But the first GOP debate of 2016 revealed the
extent to which Trump has already won’.

‘The slow-starting evening focused, for a change,
on candidates not named Trump. It seemed to
involve fewer than even the smallest-of-the-cycle
debate field of seven’.

‘Yet when the candidates engaged with each other,
they did so on terms Trump set. His chief rival in
Iowa forced to respond to spurious doubts Trump
has raised about whether Ted Cruz is even eligible
to be president’.

‘But the fact that that Cruz answered those
questions at all was a testament to Trump’s
ability to dominate the conversation in the race,
as he’s done from virtually the moment he entered
the race. Talking about Cruz’s birth was Trump’s

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‘Did Neil Cavuto Just Blame Obama For The Bush
Financial Crisis’?

This is a stupid ‘duh’ question.
The recession didn’t start until the day Obama
took office – every Republican knows that.

‘Referencing a dip in the stock market to start
2015, Cavuto asked Ohio Gov. John Kaish about how
he would manage a financial crisis’.

“Investors have already lost $1.6 trillion in
market value. That makes it the worst start to a
new year ever. Many worry things will get even
worse, banks and financial stocks are particularly
vulnerable,” Cavuto said. “If this escalates like
it did back when Barack Obama first assumed the
presidency, what actions would you take, if the
same thing happens all over again just as in this
example you are taking over the presidency?”

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