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Ted Cruz is leading Donald Trump in a new poll: Des Moines Register
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Ted Cruz is leading Donald Trump in a new poll: Des Moines Register

You can stop rubbing your eyes, because, that's a real headline at least according to the Des Moines Register. According to the Iowa paper,  Cruz is now enjoying a "21 point jump" in the polls which puts him above Trump, and at a cool 31% support according to the Des Moines Register /Bloomberg Politics poll. Part of Cruz's new success can be paid to Ben Carson's downfall, who, obliterated himself with misconceptions and deceptions about his past and that military academy brouhaha. Trump, however, probably isn't going to be all that happy after discovering he's only at 21% in the polls. The paper goes on to claim that "Cruz is the No. 2 choice" for caucusgoers.
Ted Cruz faces accusations his father aided JFK’s killer
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Ted Cruz faces accusations his father aided JFK’s killer

INDIANA --  Ahead of the Indiana primary results, perhaps, the real talk of the town is Donald Trump's latest comments.  In interviews with Fox News,  Trump, took aim at Cruz's father.  The interview saw Rafael Cruz, perhaps,  see accusations that he aided  Lee Harvey Oswald in the murder of former United States President John F. Kennedy. “His father was with Lee Harvey Oswald prior to Oswald's being — you know, shot. I mean, the whole thing is ridiculous,” Trump said Tuesday during a phone interview with Fox News. “What is this, right prior to his being shot, and nobody even brings it up. They don't even talk about that. That was reported, and nobody talks about it.” “I mean, what was he doing — what was he doing with Lee Harvey Oswald shortly before the death? Before the shooti...
Ted Cruz on Caitlyn Jenner “This isn’t over”.
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Ted Cruz on Caitlyn Jenner “This isn’t over”.

If you're into politics, you've probably heard by now that Kardashian-Jenner star Caitlyn Jenner is, er, beefing with Presidential candidate Ted Cruz. Cruz, has quipped back at Jenner whom continues to defend the notion that transgender people are not predators and have the right to use the correct bathroom as to which they identify. "This is not a matter of right or left, or Democrat or Republican. This is common sense. It doesn't make sense for grown adult men, strangers, to be alone in a restroom with a little girl," Cruz told CNN's Jake Tapper on "State of the Union." "This is the height of political correctness," Cruz continued. "And frankly, the concern is not of the Caitlyn Jenners of the world, but if the law is such that any man, if he feels like it, can go in a woman's restro...
Report: Donald Trump losing support in GOP Primary election
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Report: Donald Trump losing support in GOP Primary election

According to several reports, GOP hopeful and likely presidential nominee Donald Trump is "losing support" ahead of the much anticipated South Carolina primaries.    Per an NBC/WSJ poll,   Trump has apparently fallen behind his secondary counterpart Ted Cruz in South Carolina -- where votes matter. The poll dictates that Cruz currently has 28% of the support from GOP primary voters, while Trump, sits firmly at 26%.  Some experts pointed out to NBC, that, "Trump's shift in campaign support should be the first sign of an entire shift in support all the way around".   The new results are a stark difference from last month's support numbers when Trump, held a 13 point lead.
Ted Cruz claims he has no health insurance
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Ted Cruz claims he has no health insurance

TEXAS -- Well, this one, er, might cost Ted Cruz come tax return time (which is right around the corner for most  Americans). According to Ted Cruz, who spoke to wild crowds in a NH audience, he apparently lost his health insurance at the end of 2015 -- thanks in alleged part to none other than Obamacare. However, not everybody is buying it. Per The New Yorker,  Cruz's claim that millions of Americans lost their insurance plainly because of Obama and his signature healthcare law, er, doesn't quite add up. According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, Obama's healthcare law, indeed, caused millions to lose their individual plan -- but resulted in millions more gaining healthcare they didn't have before.
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