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He's Gone! Ted Cruz Drops Out of Presidential Race

After a series of disappointing showings, Ted Cruz decided to drop out of the presidential race. It was do or die for Cruz in Indiana and with a dismal 36.91% of the vote after 64.53% reporting, Cruz decided to end it and leave it all in Indiana. 49 more words

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Former Speaker Boehner calls Cruz 'Lucifer in the flesh'

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) — Former House Speaker John Boehner unloaded on Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz during a talk to college students, calling the Texas senator “Lucifer in the flesh.” 581 more words

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It's Not Me, It Was the Hitman

Presidential candidate Donald Trump rarely says anything I find substantive, but on March 30 he managed as much — only to recant it hours later, but that’s another story — when he was asked by CNN’s Chris Matthews if women who seek abortions should be subject to “some form of punishment,” if and when the procedure is banned in the United States. 1,360 more words

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Ted Cruz taps Carly Fiorina to serve as running mate

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — In need of momentum after a five-state shutout, Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz on Wednesday, April 27, tapped former technology executive Carly Fiorina — a woman he said has repeatedly “shattered glass ceilings” — to serve as his running mate. 823 more words

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Ted Cruz Planning "Major" Announcement Amid VP Speculation

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WASHINGTON (CBSDFW.COM/AP) – While in Indiana, Texas Senator Ted Cruz said he will be making a “major announcement” this afternoon. … 165 more words

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Small Number Of Muslims Backing Trump See Past His Bluster

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DETROIT (AP) — As a Donald Trump supporter, Nedal Tamer feels he’s in the minority among Muslim-Americans, comfortable with his choice yet somewhat confounded that he doesn’t have more company. 811 more words

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GOP officials: Rules changes unlikely before July convention

WASHINGTON (AP) — Three top Republican Party officials said Thursday, April 14, they believe there’s a consensus that the GOP should not propose rewriting rules about picking a presidential nominee before this summer’s national convention. 605 more words

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