Photo credit: BBC and Getty Images Donald Trump suggested in an interview that Ted Cruz’s ability to run for the GOP nomination is in jeopardy because he has a crippling weakness. Trump maintains that, not being born in the United States, Cruz could be “tied up” in the court for at least two years and that this is a “big problem”. Cruz was born in Canada to an American mother and Cuban father. Legal consensus has it that Cruz is an American citizen through and through. Yet Trump is determined to make Cruz’s citizenship an issue. Cruz says he is determined to “laugh it off and move on to the issues that matter.” The remarks came as the race for the Iowa primary heats up. Cruz is leading the polls, threatening Trump’s number 1 position. The first delegate selection contest will be held on 1 Feb. This is not the first time Trump ...

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Following US President Donald Trump’s controversial comments about banning Muslims from entering the United States, terrorist organisations have seized his clip as part of their propaganda videos. According to a report by SITE monitoring group, al-Kataib Media Foundation, an Islamist militant organisation under al-Shabaab, released a recruitment film in the form of a documentary about racial injustice in the United States featuring Trump’s recent call to ban all Muslims from the country. Trump, the billionaire developer and former reality TV star, was shown in the 51-minute film making his case for America to ban all Muslims from the country as his supporters cheered. The footage of Trump appeared between two clips of militant leader Anwar al-Awlaki, killed in a drone strike in Yemen in 2011, saying Muslims in the United States would face a choice between leaving for Islamic countries or staying at home to fight the West. Trump’s call to ban Muslims from ...

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(Photo Credit:REUTERS/Rebecca Cook) Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump blasted Benghazi Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy on Sunday for endorsing rival Presidential contender Marco Rubio. Trump, a businessman and real estate mogul, who had risen at the top of national polls, attacked Trey Gowdy for leading an unsuccessful committee in Congress that had the aim to investigate the 2012 terrorist attacks on the United Stated embassy in Benghazi, Libya, in which four American lost their lives. The Benghazi Committee’s last hearing was of Democratic Presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton who at the time of the attack on Benghazi was Secretary of State in the Obama administration. She handled the 11 hour hearing calmly and deflected criticism by Republican members of the committee. Trump seems to be unhappy of Gowdy’s endorsement of Marco Rubio and according to Reuters, while being a guest on FOX News’ “Fox and Friends”, he said that Gowdy did a terrible job ...

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Republican Presidential frontrunner Donald Trump made an unexpected campaign stop in New Hampshire to pick up and endorsement from a police union. It is very uncommon for real estate mogul Donald Trump to make such stops and according to Reuters, Trump made a televised appearance to pick up the endorsement from the small police union. The appearance was broadcast that night on cable television. Trump stated “I do not normally do stops like this, but for you, I came.” Trump has been taking his campaign to the people in a rather different way compared to the other contenders for the Republican nomination for President at the 2016 Elections. While others have been taking every chance to shake as many hands as possible, Trump has been ditching such traditional ‘retail politics’ and has been making only high profile rallies and television appearances. He has put his name out in the media and the general ...

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Presidential contender and Republican frontrunner Donald Trump has once again taken to his well known political incorrectness and used a vulgar term to describe Democrat Hillary Clinton’s 2008 elections campaign. Trump made an off color comment about the frontrunner for the Democratic Presidential nomination and her unsuccessful campaign during the 2008 Democratic primaries, where she lost to President Barack Obama. Trump made his controversial comment on Monday, a day after he called Hillary Clinton a liar for claiming that his proposal to ban all foreign Muslims from entering the United States is only helping the propaganda of the Islamic State and aids them to recruit more extremists. According to Reuters, while being on a campaign stop in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Trump stated “She was going to beat Obama. She was going to beat – she was favored to win – and she got schlonged. She lost.” Schlong is a Yiddish term used to ...

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Photo Credit: AP Photo/Susan Walsh Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus stated on Wednesday that party leaders are expecting to see a nominee for the 2016 Elections for President by mid April and that a nominating convention is still not excluded as a possibility. According to Reuters, Priebus was a guest on CBS’s “this Morning” where he answered questions a day after the last Republican Presidential debate in Las Vegas and said there could be a brokered convention in July if none of the White House hopefuls gets enough support to win the nomination. He also stated “I think most likely we will have a presumptive nominee by mid-April”, and when asked about a possible convention he said “I highly doubt it.” The nomination can be won by winning the delegates before the national convention of the party. If the candidates do not gather enough delegates in state primary elections and caucuses, ...

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Donald Trump is still holding on to the frontrunner position for the Republican nomination for the 2016 Elections, even after urging the United States to ban Muslims from entering the United States territory. According to the newest Reuters/Ipsos poll conducted on Friday, right after the billionaire White House hopeful made his controversial remarks about the Muslim population worldwide, wanting to ban all Muslims from entering the states, whether they are travelers, students or immigrants. The poll demonstrated that he is still leading the pack of Republicans with a 35 percent support from those surveyed. Those who were surveyed have said that they are not bothered by his statements, but said that maybe Trump should tone down the rhetoric because other voters might find him hurtful. Out of those surveyed, 29 percent said they were offended by his remarks, but 64 percent said they were not bothered by it. However, the poll also ...

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Photo credit: Reuters/Dominick Reuter Republican Presidential hopeful Donald Trump on Monday called for a ban on Muslims entering the United States, after the mass shooting in San Bernardino last week by two radicalized Muslims. Trump, who is the frontrunner for the Republican Presidential nomination for the 2016 Elections has been making anti immigration statements ever since he announced his candidacy this summer, starting with calling Mexicans criminals and rapists. Now, the billionaire real estate mogul has made his most dramatic statement yet after the shooting in San Bernardino where two Muslims killed 14 people. The FBI has deemed the assailants as radicalized, so Trump took his chance and started his campaign for prevention of Muslim immigration. According to Reuters, he stated “We have no choice,” while being at a campaign stop in South Carolina and added that if the United States does not take the necessary measures there would be another 9/11 attacks. ...

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(Photo Credit: REUTERS/Darren Hauck) The Republican frontrunners Donald Trump and Ben Carson were the center of the Republican Summit in Orlando with Trump calling Carson a pathological liar similar to a child molester. Trump and Carson confronted at the Florida Republican Party’s Sunshine Summit where they were among other candidates for the 2016 Elections. Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz also clashed over immigration at the daylong summit. According to Reuters, during a campaign stop in Fort Ridge, Iowa, Trump started his tirade against retired neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson, who has been narrowing the gap between him and billionaire Trump in the last month. Trump referenced Carson’s alleged lying about getting a scholarship at West Point, as well as his past of a violent attack with a knife against a friend. Trump said that Carson had a “pathological temper” and added “If you are pathological, there is no cure for that. If you ...

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President Barack Obama said on Thursday that the Republican frontrunner for the 2016 Elections, Donald Trump, has an unrealistic immigration plan for mass deportation of millions of undocumented immigrants. Obama was a guest on ABC News on Thursday and was asked by Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos about Trump’s comments about his deportation plans and using a “deportation force” and the President did not shy away from calling Trump’s vision unrealistic and crazy. According to Reuters, Obama stated “The notion that we are going to deport 11 or 12 million people from this country – first of all, I have no idea where Mr. Trump thinks the money is going to come from. It would cost us hundreds of billions of dollars to execute that.” He added “Imagine the images on the screen flashed around the world as we were dragging parents away from their children, and putting them in what, detention centers, ...

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