Donald Trump and Jeb Bush are in the lead of a packed field of Republican contenders for the Republican Party Presidential nomination for the 2016 Elections, according to a poll done by Reuters-Ipsos released this Saturday. The billionaire real estate mogul Donald Trump has come close to Jeb Bush, the Republican front-runner, former Florida Governor and brother of former President George W. Bush and son of former President George H. W. Bush. The poll shows that Trump has the support of 15.8 percent, compared to the 16.1 percent for Bush. They are followed by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie with 9.5 percent, the Kentucky Senator Rand Pail with 8.1 percent, Ben Carson with 7.2 percent and Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker with 5.8 percent. The respondents did the online poll and have identified themselves as Republicans. Another poll with the choice of only three candidates, Trump, Bush and Florida Senator Marco Rubio, ...

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Hillary Clinton, the front-runner for the Democratic Party’s Presidential nomination for 2016 Elections, made a speech on Monday to make her economic agenda one for the average American. This is the first major policy speech of her campaign for the White House. As promised by her campaign that Clinton will give major economic address to the nation, she made a speech this Monday putting her fight for higher wages at the primary of her economic agenda, with promising middle-class wages to be raised in proportion with the raise of executive income and company profits. She called for companies to share more of their profits with the employees and for a broad reform of the national tax code. According to Reuters, during her speech at the progressive liberal New School University in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village, she stated “I believe we have to build a growth-and-fairness economy. You can’t have one without the other. ...

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The next presidential elections in America will only be taking place in 2016 but already some key players appear to be lining up to take to the race. One of the most well known names in politics, Jeb Bush, is reportedly scaling back is business commitments in a move that many see as indicative that he will be throwing his hat into the ring for the race to the White House next year. There has been no official statement from Jeb Bush to say that he intends to run for the role of President but if he is cutting back on other commitments to his time it would appear that this is the intention of the brother of the former President George W Bush and the son of former President Bush senior. According to the BBC, one of the Republican's aides told the Washington Post that Jeb Bush had ended his board memberships and ...

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