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Swallowing hard, Trump rivals vow to back him if nominated Swallowing hard, Trump rivals vow to back him if nominated
- March 17, 2016

And the theory of the case for the OTT vote in Scenario 2 is potentially flimsy, because Trump appears to have started to expand his base, if Super Tuesday is an indication. "I know what's happening on the economy", Trump fired back. "I want to show off, you know what a good athlete I am". Florida senator Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz of Texas and John Kasich, Governor of OH, sought to attack brash billionaire Donald Trump on Thursday night in Detroit, Michigan. (more...)
Trump Hits Back At 'Choke Artist' Mitt Romney Trump Hits Back At 'Choke Artist' Mitt Romney
- March 17, 2016

That's certainly held true in this campaign dominated by Donald Trump . One sickening tirade had Trump and Rubio mockingly calling each other Little Marco and Big Donald, with Trump later referring to Cruz as Lyin' Ted - continuing the trend of these debates getting seamier as they go. (more...)
Carson signals exit, US Republicans grapple with Trump victories Carson signals exit, US Republicans grapple with Trump victories
- March 17, 2016

Trump quickly pivoted to talking about trade and how he would improve it as president, but Wallace brought him again back to Romney's attacks, asking Trump to share his views on the Ku Klux Klan and white supremacists. Romney called Trump dangerously unfit for office and advised Republicans to vote for the candidate who "has the best chance of beating Mr. Trump in a given state". (more...)
Trump's GOP rivals attack his 'flexibility' on policies Trump's GOP rivals attack his 'flexibility' on policies
- March 17, 2016

Figures like Rupert Murdoch, the executive chairman of Fox News's parent company 21 First Century Fox, and Republican strategist Alex Castellanos argue that the GOP should rally around Trump if he continues to lead the pack. Both comments were criticized as inappropriate by secular and Christian commentators. She said that voters may be confused since he had been changing his mind on issues such as the conflicts in Afghanistan and Syria as well as immigration. (more...)
Insults fly at Republican debate Insults fly at Republican debate
- March 17, 2016

Mitt Romney absolutely will not run for president. In the last two Republican debates, Trump broke even in terms of positive and negative mentions, according to the firm's analysis, while he enjoyed a 62.5 percent positive sentiment rating during the Republican debate before that. (more...)
Federal Reserve Leaves Rates at Quarter of a Percentage Point
- March 17, 2016

Underlying US inflation increased more than expected in February, with the housing market continuing to strengthen, increasing chances of a rate hike in June. "Proceeding cautiously will allow us to verify that the labour market is continue to strength given the economic risk from overseas", said the Chairman of the Federal Reserve , Janet Yellen, speaking at a press conference after the announcement. (more...)