The most recent Reuters/Ipsos poll shows that Donald Trump is the candidate that Republicans would vote for President , to manage the economy and the foreign policy of the United States. The poll was conducted after the third Republican Presidential debate, from the 28th of October until the 2nd of November. Trump was favored by 31% of those Republicans surveyed, followed by Dr. Ben Carson with 18%, Senator Marco Rubio and former Governor Jeb Bush with 10% each. Businessman and real estate mogul Donald Trump has been leading the Republican field of candidates in the race for the 2016 Elections Republican Party nomination ever since he announced his campaign this summer. His stances on immigration and foreign policy have garnered the support of conservatives, but his long-standing business record has even appealed to more moderate Republicans, thus opening the opportunity of a momentum to grow his campaign even further. According to Reuters, one ...

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Republican Presidential frontrunner Donald Trump made another dig at former President George W. Bush for being incapable of protecting the American nation and blamed him for the September 11th, 2001 attacks. During an appearance on Bloomberg Television, Donald Trump made a statement to emphasize his dislike for the Bush family as he is often making remarks about his rival contender for the Republican nomination, Jeb Bush. According to Reuters, Trump told Bloomberg Television “When you talk about George Bush, I mean, say what you want, the World Trade Center came down during his time”, to which interviewer Stephanie Ruhle replied “Hold on, you can’t blame George Bush for that.” However, Trump insisted that it was Bush’s fault the twin towers were destroyed by the Islamist extremists in hijacked planes. He added “He was President, okay? Blame him, or don’t blame him, but he was President. The World Trade Center came down during ...

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U.S. President Barack Obama stated that it was unlikely that Donald Trump will be the next President of the United States of America. Obama, while doing an interview on CBS’ “60 Minutes” said that Trump is a “classic reality TV character” and that his Presidential campaign for the nomination of the Republican Party has shown the full discord in the establishment and the real problems they have. According to Reuters, Obama stated “He is a great publicity seeker and at a time when the Republican Party hasn’t really figured out what it’s for as opposed to what it’s against.” Trump began his politically incorrect campaign with statements against immigration and aroused conservative Republicans that are mainly anti-immigrant. He vowed that he would build a wall on the border between the United States and Mexico to stop Mexican “criminals” and “rapists” from entering the country and “bringing diseases”. He also vowed to stop any ...

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Photo credit: AP Donald Trump, the frontrunner for the Republican Party’s Presidential nomination for the 2016 Elections got yet another protest during a campaign rally, because of his harsh immigration policies. The real estate mogul and businessmen who climbed at the top of the national opinion polls in a few short months because of his conservative principles and attracted large crowds with his political incorrectness, held a campaign rally in Dallas at the American Airlines Center sports arena. In the divided city of Dallas, 42% of the population are Latinos, yet there were only few at the Trump rally, largely because of the immigration stance Trump took when he announced his Presidential Campaign on the 16th of June and said that he would build a big wall on the border between Mexico and the United States to keep out all illegal immigrants. He continued to call the Mexican people rapists, criminals and people that bring disease in the country ...

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Donald Trump, the frontrunner for the Republican Party Presidential nomination, on Friday broke from the Republican pack on important stances like the Iran nuclear agreement and gay marriage. The real estate developer while being a guest on MSNBC, just a day after signing his pledge of loyalty to the Republican Party, said that he would not rip out the Iran nuclear deal like all of his Republicans rivals. Instead, he said that even though it is “a disastrous and a horrible deal”, he would work it out, because there is a lot of money at play. According to Reuters, he stated “I love to buy bad contract where key people go bust, and I make those contracts good. “ He vowed to enforce the deal in a very strict manner, that he would constantly inspect Iran on its nuclear program. He has also stated in his campaign that he would take all ...

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The frontrunner for the Republican Presidential nomination Donald Trump on Thursday has signed a pledge of allegiance to the Republican Party that he will not run as an independent candidate if he loses the Republican nomination for the November 2016 Elections. The long effort of the Republican national Committee has finally come into fruition with getting Trump to sign a pledge to the Republicans of not running for President as an independent in case he does not get the Party nomination. The real estate mogul and businessman who has gathered a large crowd of followers because of his conservative rhetoric regarding immigration and foreign policy, has announced at a press conference in the Trump Tower in Manhattan that he gives his loyalty to the Republican party. He had a meeting with the Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus during the afternoon and later on came in the lobby of Trump Tower where ...

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Republican Presidential contender Jeb Bush made his first direct attack on the frontrunner for the Republican Presidential nomination Donald Trump. His campaign team on Tuesday issued a video of Trump‘s past record of Democratic support and with that intensified the GOP primary race. Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush’s campaign used old video material of real estate mogul and businessman Donald Trump of his days supporting Hillary Clinton and identifying as a Democrat and named it “Liberal Things That Trump Says”. According to Reuters, Bush has issued the video as a response to the Trump campaign issuing an attack video on Jeb Bush and his immigration policy, that Bush calls “an act of love”. Trump’s video showed mug shots of three illegal immigrants convicted of murder. As retaliation to the insult and personal attack, as Bush perceives it to be, he issued his own video of Trump stating his support for the Democrat Hillary ...

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Former Florida Governor and Republican candidate for president Jeb Bush greets supporters at a VFW town hall event in Merrimack, New Hampshire, August 19, 2015. PHOTO CREDIT: REUTERS Jeb Bush remains the favorite of traders in the political prediction markets, while Donald Trump is rising high in the polls of the Republican Presidential run for 2016 Elections. Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush started his campaign as a frontrunner for the Republican Party nomination, but was quickly replaced by real estate mogul and businessman Donald Trump. Trump has been making headlines with controversial comments and policies aimed at Mexican people being criminals and setting an immigration policy of deportation all illegal immigrants, as well as building a wall on the border between the United States and Mexico. He has garnered the support of conservatives in the Republican Party, while Jeb Bush is setting a more moderate campaign with proposing a comprehensive immigration campaign, ...

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Mexican government on Wednesday issued a statement regarding Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump’s latest controversy concerning immigration policy and his plan to build a wall on the U.S. - Mexican border. Donald Trump, the real estate businessman and the frontrunner for the Republican nomination for the 2016 Elections has gained considerable support by Neocon Republicans for his tough policy agendas on immigration, economy and foreign policy. His appearance on the primary Republican debate on FOX stirred a lot of people who are concerned that Donald Trump as president would cause a lot of trouble, because he is simply out of control. His latest plan on immigration policy is to increase visa fees for Mexicans, so that they have a part in the financing for the building of a wall on the border between the United States and Mexico to prevent illegal immigrants from passing. His initial comments about Mexicans during his announcement ...

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Businessman and real estate mogul Donald Trump announced on Sunday that he would increase fees on visas for Mexicans as a plan to fund the building of a wall on the U.S. – Mexican border if he is elected President. Trump, who became the frontrunner for the Republican party Presidential nomination for the 2016 Elections, during an appearance on NBC’s “meet the Press” said that all undocumented immigrants will be deported during his term in the presidency and that he would rescind President Barack Obama’s executive order that is supposed to protect 5 million undocumented immigrant from deportation and create a path for earning an American citizenship. As part of a plan to build a wall on the Mexico border, Trump issued a policy paper on Sunday in which he vows to increase fees on visas for Mexican diplomats, chief executives and North American Free Trade Agreement workers in case Mexico refuses ...

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