Donald Trump, the frontrunner form the Republican Party nomination for the 2016 Elections said on Monday that if it were up to him he would expand the military and put U.S. ground troops in the Middle East to fight against the Islamic State. Trump, being a guest on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” said that putting American soldiers in Syria and Iran would be the best way to stop ISIS a destroy the militant group. He laid out his plan that he would put troops on places that are rich with oil, since the Islamic State is sponsoring themselves with wealth acquired by oil sale. According to Reuters, he stated “They have great money because they have oil. Every place where they have oil I would knock the hell out of them. I would knock the source of their wealth, the primary sources of their wealth, which is oil. And in order to ...

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The frontrunner for the Republican Presidential nomination Donald Trump has had his invitation to a Red State conference in Atlanta revoked. Conservatives and other Republican Presidential candidates took a more hostile stance towards the billionaire after his comments on Friday. Donald Trump, the real estate mogul and Presidential hopeful who gained support of conservative Republicans in the national polls has been a guest on CNN on Friday and according to Reuters, when asked about the moderator of the primary Republican debate on Thursday, Megyn Kelly he said “You could see there was blood coming out of her eyes. Blood coming out of her wherever.” During the Republican debate on Fox News Trump was asked by Kelly about comments he has made of women being “fat pigs”, “slobs” and “dogs”. He dismissed Kelly and said he does not appreciate “political correctness” and even accused Kelly for not treating him well. He added “Honestly ...

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Fox News hosted the first Republican Presidential debate held in Cleveland on Thursday and split it into two, an early debate for low polling candidates and a main debate for the candidates that have the most support in the national polls. The participation in the primary debate has been restricted by Fox News to only 10 candidates in the prime-time, due to the overcrowded field of 17 Republican hopefuls. The low polling 7 candidates that did not make the cut for the prime-time event participated in a debate held the same day and hosted by Fox News. According to Reuters, the B-list debate was not strong in energy, except for businesswoman and former Hewlett-Packard Co chief executive Carly Fiorina, who got the most attention and after-commentaries by political analysts. She started with barely registering 1% at the national polls, but after the debate she has surpassed the others mostly because of her ...

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Real estate mogul and Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump has applied to import 70 foreign worker for his elite Mar-a-Lago Club resort in Florida to work as cooks, cleaner and waiting staff. Trump, since his announcement campaign for the Republican nomination for the 2016 Elections, has become a frontrunner for the Republican Party, gaining high percentage in the national opinion polls and has passed former frontrunner Jeb Bush. According to Reuters, this exclusive information of Trump’s company applying for working visas for foreigner is not the first time the business man has brought foreign workers from outside of the United States. A Reuters analysis of American government data shows that this is a standard business in his empire. Ever since 2000, the U.S. Department of Labor’s data shows that Trump has applied for temporary work visas for more than 1,100 foreigners, nearly all of them being approved. Nine of his companies have ...

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President Barack Obama and Democratic Presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton criticized Republican Presidential candidates for their rhetoric about the Iran deal and other policies. The President, while being on a tour throughout Africa has commented to reports that the Republicans have made some horrendous statements in respect to the Iran agreement, his own policies and Republican policies on the whole. One of the Republican Presidential contenders, Mike Huckabee, a former Governor of Arkansas has made comments regarding the Iran deal, that it would be very tough on Israel and that it would march Israelis right to “the door of the oven”, referencing the Nazi gas chambers that killed six million Jews in the Holocaust. According to Reuters, Obama said that Huckabee’s comment is  emblematic of a slide in public discourse from the Republican Party and stated that “The particular comments of Mr. Huckabee are, I think, part of just a general pattern that we’ve seen that…would be considered ridiculous if it ...

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Donald Trump has announced that he is running for the Republican nomination, but is he really in it to win? There's no doubt that we're excited that Donald Trump is running for President of the United States.  Trump has a track record of lodging his foot firmly in his mouth and going boldly forth.  From his repeated demands to see President Obama's birth certificate, to paying actors fifty dollars to cheer at his campaign launch, to his latest claim that the United States in the dumping ground for Mexico's mendicants, Donald Trump has us in for one hell of a ride. Although Trump's announcement speech was filled with hare-brained comments, the strangest part was when he descended into incredibly offensive comments about Mexico and Mexicans.  Trump proposes to stop illegal immigration from Mexico by building a large wall along the United States' southern border.  Furthermore, he insists that it will be Mexico ...

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Donald Trump is a household name, not only in America, but also around the world, however he is known more for his television appearances than he is for his political ambition. Now it seems that the real estate mogul and star of reality television shows, is looking to move seriously into the world of politics with the businessman taking his first steps towards launching his very own presidential campaign. It is no huge surprise that Donald Trump has designs on becoming president himself, as he has in the past very publically sad how he would like the top job himself. According to a report by Reuters, Donald Trump said he had formed an exploratory committee to determine whether to run, and that he had hired staff in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina. Those states are among the first to hold Republican and Democratic presidential nominating contests. "We have lost the respect of the ...

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