Romney told NBC's " Today " on Friday that he sees "no reasonable scenario" to run again, but added that he will not vote for Trump or Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton. She believes Trump, a novice politician, had the misguided thought Fox would go easy on him during the August debate. The two senators, who earlier had devoted considerable debate time to throwing sharp elbows at one another, pressed Trump aggressively on his conservative credentials, his business practices and changing ...
For Hatch's other lawyer named Nancy Fineman, her client's death is no doubt due to the impending eviction. Hatch had been promised that she could live in the house for life based upon a decades-old contract with Vivian Kroeze but the estranged husband of Kroeze's granddaughter, Kantz, started eviction proceedings initially just before the holidays.
Like Cruz, the previous two victors of that state's GOP contests, Rick Santorum in 2012 and Mike Huckabee in 2008, had strong appeal among evangelicals which they had also demonstrated by winning the Iowa caucuses. Democrats are choosing between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders in Nebraska , Kansas and Louisiana . Despite the support of many elected officials, Florida Sen.
His campaign director in the state, Brandon Phillips, said Trump's ground game there extends to all 159 counties. Still, he'd been counting on more appeal in the Southern states and among evangelical Christian voters. The only one of his seven losses that Sanders mentioned was the MA primary, where Clinton beat him by a single percentage point. The emphasis on Trump applied to the opening speakers, too.
Florida senator and Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio took swipes at current GOP frontrunner Donald Trump Saturday, questioning Trump's conservatism and blaming the media for his political successes. Rubio had 110 delegates and Kasich had 25. It takes 1,237 delegates to win the Republican nomination for president. The three states have a total of 109 delegates at stake.
He knows the only thing that counts is winning. No, his debate performances haven't always been the smoothest, but it hasn't mattered yet. But although Cruz's rise could signal growing opposition to Trump's candidacy within the party, it would be bittersweet for the party leadership.