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Verbal Warfare Breaks Out Over South Carolina
After last night's vote in New Hampshire, there are five viable Republican candidates left standing: Trump, Cruz, Kasich, Bush and Rubio. 

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The Big Losers of New Hampshire
"So the three big losers in the New Hampshire vote are Hillary Clinton, Marco Rubio, and the governor of New Jersey, Chris Christie.

You might say, well what about Carly Fiorina, Ben Carson? They were not ever in contention. They're pretty much done as presidential hopefuls. Now they can stay ..."
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"Whereas Sanders is meeting with Al Sharpton...I mean, what good does that do? You think anybody in South Carolina cares what Al Sharpton says? Plus, Sharpton is never going to endorse Sanders ever in a million years. He's a Hillary man all the way because Sharpton is part of the establishment. And t..."Sign Up to Read More
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