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    Re: Fox News announces candidate line-up for prime-time debate

    Here’s What’s Wrong With Donald Trump’s Campaign Ad

    Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s first TV ad shows dozens of people attempting to jump a border fence as a narrator talks about illegal immigration from Mexico. But fact-checkers pointed out that the ad actually shows Moroccans.

    PolitiFact traced the footage shown right as a narrator says “he’ll stop illegal immigration by building a wall on our southern border that Mexico will pay for” back to a video posted by Italian television network RepubblicaTV.

    On May 1, 2014, about 800 Moroccan migrants tried to cross the border into Melilla, a territory of Spain. They rushed the wall that separates Melilla from the rest of the African continent, according to PolitiFact. The video later surfaced on YouTube in a July 2015 post titled, “1,000s of immigrants try to cross the border at once.”

    PolitiFact rated the campaign ad as Pants on Fire, meaning “the statement is not accurate and makes a ridiculous claim.”

    To which the Trump campaign responded that they knew exactly what they were doing, writing in a statement that the video was selected “to demonstrate the severe impact of an open border and the very real threat Americans face if we do not immediately build a wall and stop illegal immigration.”

    Campaign manager Corey Lewandowski added some color, telling NBC News, “No sh– it’s not the Mexican border, but that’s what our country is going to look like. This was 1,000 percent on purpose.”

    As with most things Trump, Twitter users had some fun.

    http://time.com/4166931/donald-trump...-with-morocco/

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    Jeb Bush Announces Anti-ISIS TV Ad That Rivals Trump’s

    Jeb Bush announced a new television ad focused on his strategy against ISIS, in a style that seems to be trying to trump Trump.

    Bush’s ad will begin running in New Hampshire on Tuesday, according to an email from the campaign. It centers on the former Florida Governor calling to lead “a global coalition” to take out ISIS with “overwhelming force,” overlaid with dramatic music and headlines about the terrorist group’s violence.

    Donald Trump’s campaign also announced its first television ad Monday, to begin running in Iowa and New Hampshire the same day as Bush’s. Trump’s ad also focuses on a tough stance against ISIS, but highlights some of Trump’s most controversial proposals, including a temporary ban on all Muslims entering the United States.

    Video and article here: http://time.com/4166005/jeb-bush-tv-...-donald-trump/

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    Christie kneecaps Trump in NH speech

    Gov. Chris Christie, looking to establish himself as the thinking Republican’s alternative to Donald Trump, told New Hampshire voters Monday the nation faces “dangerous, perilous times’’ and challenges that “demand a grown-up.’’...

    The GOP hopeful, addressing an audience at St. Anselm College, didn’t mention the celebrity developer and reality TV star, but said, “Showtime is over. We are not electing an entertainer-in-chief. Showmanship is fun, but it is not the kind of leadership that will truly change America.”

    Christie campaign spokeswoman Samantha Smith didn’t mention Trump either but said the “anger voters are feeling is real and warranted, but it alone is not enough. Bluster, posturing, talking a big game isn’t the same thing as actually doing something.’’

    The governor’s remarks represented a delayed counter punch from Christie, who didn’t hit back a week ago when Trump delivered a blistering critique of Christie’s New Jersey record. As the governor has raised his once-moribund poll numbers, his GOP rivals have turned up their attacks on Christie’s tenure as governor.

    “His state is No. 50 out of 50 economically,’’ Trump told New Hampshire television station WMUR, adding that he believes Christie was in on the George Washington Bridge lane-closing scandal despite the governor’s denials: “How could they close down the largest and most traveled bridge in the U.S. and he didn’t know about it?’’

    Read more here: http://www.app.com/story/news/politi...eech/78256098/

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    News, Analysis and Opinion from POLITICO

    Several articles to choose from:
    Read more: http://www.politico.com/news/ted-cruz#ixzz3wMypxGLf

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    Who Are Donald Trump’s Supporters?

    The big, existential question for Republicans right now is: who are Donald Trump’s supporters?

    It matters because this will determine the future, and the future prospects, of the party. I heartily agree with Ben Domenech, whose article on this just made it harder for me to fulfill my obligations to his publication, by pre-empting most of what I was planning to write about Trump for The Federalist. Ben argues that Trumpism would turn the Republicans from a “classically liberal right” to a European-style nationalist party that is “xenophobic, anti-capitalist, vaguely militarist, pro-state, and consistently anti-Semitic. If you criticize Donald Trump, it is exactly the sort of hate mail you should expect to receive.” If that happens, he writes, we would be “losing a rare and precious inheritance that is our only real living link to the Revolutionary era and its truly revolutionary ideas about self-government.”

    I don’t think this is actually going to happen, because the “classically liberal” wing of the right is too big and too strong. The Republican Party just spent the last six years, during the rise of the Tea Party movement, absorbing a fair portion of the “libertarian” wing of the right, the Rand Paul wing, which I suspect has little overlap with the Trump phenomenon. More widely, the right has benefited from a long intellectual renaissance focused on the universal ideas on which America was founded, which has no need for what Ben calls “identity politics for white people.”

    But it would help to have some more exact information on the size and composition of Trump’s supporters. That Trump will not be the party’s nominee is something we can (pretty much) take for granted. Too much of the party hates him, and not just the “establishment”—which critics like myself are somewhat comically assumed to be part of—but the rank and file and a fair portion of the punditry. Thus, we find that about a third of Republicans say they would never support him, far more than any other candidate.

    So that leaves us to contemplate what will happen if Trump doesn’t get the nomination. Will he be this cycle’s Ross Perot, who runs a third-party campaign and scoops up such a large portion of disaffected Republicans and independents that he tips the election to a Democratic candidate who only gets 35% of the vote? Will he be this cycle’s Ralph Nader, who persists long enough to peel off a few percentage points of the vote, enough to tip the results of a close election? Or will he be this cycle’s Ron Paul (or Pat Buchanan), who has a loud and fanatical core of supporters and perhaps makes a splash in the early primaries, but is ultimately irrelevant to the outcome?

    We can break the question down more exactly, looking at six categories of Trump voters:

    Read more here: http://thefederalist.com/2015/08/26/...ps-supporters/

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    Re: Fox News announces candidate line-up for prime-time debate

    FOX Business Network to Live Stream GOP Presidential Debates January 14

    The FOX Business Network (FBN) will once again live stream its Republican presidential primary debates on Thursday, January 14th, for free without authentication. The live stream will be made available to all desktop and mobile devices by FOXBusiness.com.

    Additionally, FBN will debut its new website on Tuesday, January 12th. The site will feature an “On Our Radar” column that consist of social media and videos, which will be utilized during Thursday evening’s debates.

    FBN is also reprising its partnership with Facebook (FB) to provide live debate content on the network’s Facebook page, including behind the scenes footage and moderator interviews, conducted by Jo Ling Kent.

    Read more here: http://www.foxbusiness.com/features/...anuary-14.html

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    Re: Fox News announces candidate line-up for prime-time debate

    Fox Business Releases Jan. 14 Debate Lineup


    Read more at http://www.2016presidentialdebatesch...BGU5zWV4A4k.99

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    The Fix
    6th Republican debate transcript, annotated: Who said what and what it meant

    This is rather lengthy, so best to provide a link to the entire transcript.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...what-it-meant/

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    Re: Fox News announces candidate line-up for prime-time debate

    Republican debate: the Trump, the bad and the ugly – as it happened

    ‘Unhinged’ Donald Trump declares ‘it’s not fear and terror – it’s reality’
    Guns, guns and more guns as establishment candidates fight on the side
    Ted Cruz: ‘Trump would be disqualified’ for president under birther logic
    Full report: tensions boil over in South Carolina (plus – ‘New York values’!)

    http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/l...uz-marco-rubio

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    Re: Fox News announces candidate line-up for prime-time debate

    Please, Donald, just give it a rest!

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