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Carson tells supporters no ‘path forward’ in presidential bid

/  02.03.2016  /  Politics 

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson said on Wednesday that he does not see a “political path forward” in his 2016 bid for the White House.

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Another debate brawl? Fox News, Kelly set for Trump rematch

/  02.03.2016  /  Politics 

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Thursday’s Republican debate on Fox News Channel could be Round 2 of Megyn Kelly versus Donald Trump. But the journalist and fellow moderators say they are not preparing to stoke the fire with questions about his headline-grabbing battles with the network.

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Republican Romney to make ‘major speech’ on 2016 presidential race: Fox

/  02.03.2016  /  Politics 

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney will make a “major speech” on the 2016 White House race on Thursday, Fox News reported on Wednesday.

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Winning Democrat nomination needs voter coalition: Clinton campaign

/  02.03.2016  /  Politics 

NEW YORK (Reuters) – The campaign of Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton on Wednesday called support from a broad coalition of voters – including people of color, women and union households – “critical” for anyone hoping to secure the party’s nomination for the November 2016 election and beyond.

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Obama to unveil U.S. Supreme Court nomination soon: Senator Reid

/  02.03.2016  /  Politics 

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama is close to submitting to the U.S. Senate a Supreme Court nomination to fill the vacancy left by the Feb. 13 death of Justice Antonin Scalia, Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid said on Wednesday.

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Trump now Republicans’ standard-bearer: Senate Democratic leader

/  02.03.2016  /  Politics 

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is now the “standard-bearer” for his party and his political rise is the result of partisan fervor stoked by years of opposition to all major Obama administration initiatives, Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid said on Wednesday.

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Mexico to counter negative tone of U.S. presidential race

/  02.03.2016  /  Politics 

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexico’s government is planning a diplomatic push to counter aggressive rhetoric against its nationals in the U.S. election race, a senior official said on Tuesday, after calls by Donald Trump for a massive wall to divide the two nations.

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Reeling Republican establishment running out of time to stop Trump

/  02.03.2016  /  Politics 

MIAMI (Reuters) – When Senator Ted Cruz took the stage on Tuesday after winning the Republican nominating contest in his home state of Texas, he issued a call for the party to rally behind his presidential candidacy.

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How the Republican elite turned a blind eye to the rise and rise of Donald Trump

/  02.03.2016  /  Politics 

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – One evening last June, some of the Republican Party’s wealthiest donors gathered for a cocktail party at an exclusive resort in Deer Valley, Utah, during a three-day retreat hosted by former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney.

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Cruz gains in online betting but Trump still the Republican favorite

/  02.03.2016  /  Politics 

(Reuters) – Ted Cruz’s Super Tuesday victories in his home state of Texas and neighboring Oklahoma strengthened his odds for the Republican presidential nomination on online betting sites, but he still trails far behind party front-runner Donald Trump.

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