“He was having a little hard time, there’s no question about it,” Trump said, chuckling.
In Saturday’s debate, Rubio “dispelled the notion” that Obama doesn’t know what he’s doing. Rubio used to say that Obama doesn’t know what he’s doing.
Fiorina’s campaign would not specify which candidates she was referring to when she made the comments.
97% Rick Santorum. 98% Marco Rubio.
“I’m not saying that it rises to the level up Benghazi, I’m saying it’s the same kind of attitude.”
“I have no objection to being there.”
(The ad was called “Endorsement.”)
“Sen. Feingold’s devastating economic policies have even made it too expensive for tree costumes to be produced in America,” said Andrea Bozek, the communications director for the NRSC.
“I think it’s a sign of deep insecurity when he uses profanity. I mean, there are children watching this stuff.”
Rubio has denied lobbying the federal government while in the Florida legislature.
“This guy is really fraudulent,” Trump says of Cruz.
“He’s been trying to convince people he’s magic and he’s always a winner and he’s not and Iowa might remind people that that’s not the case.”
“Of course, if you’re in the race, obviously, then people want to list you and say, ‘Golly gee willikers, you must not be acceptable because you only got 12 votes.’ We weren’t trying to get 12 votes in Iowa.”
No, really. Adviser Armstrong Williams tells BuzzFeed News that the rumors of Carson’s campaign demise are being fueled by Cruz and Paul supporters.
“I don’t think I’m so tough,” Trump said in 2006.
Iowa is not a great sample of the American people and “ultra-conservatives” scare off rational, undecided independents, he tweeted in 2012.
Mike Huckabee said this about Ted Cruz: “What I find troubling is when a person changes their view based on which way the polls go or changes their speeches based on where they are geographically.”
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“He was a rugged mountain man to say the least, but he was also the one that relocated Native American tribes out of all of the southeast part of the United States and did forcible removal and tens of thousands of Native Americans died on the Trail of Tears and other things.”