Romney, who lost the 2012 presidential election to President Barack Obama by garnering only 47 percent of the popular vote, spoke for about 20 minutes - ripping Trump for his tax plan , his trade stance, his demeanor and listed several failed business ventures started by Trump.
Eight months later, Trump is the undisputed front-runner and will be on stage with just three rivals - Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz and John Kasich . "Mitt failed horribly", Trump said, in response to Romney's criticism, from Portland, Maine. Romney concluded his speech by saying: "Here's what I know". Local Republicans didn't see the logic in Romney attacking their current party's front-runner, and they say that the attack could actually help Trump in the polls.
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Her lukewarm reception among people like Cronk points to a challenge for her in November, should she win the nomination. Hillary won the state against Barack Obama in 2008. The Bernie Sanders campaign filled buses to drive UMD students to caucus on the Vermont Senator's behalf. His call for a political revolution has reached people like Daniel Harty, a 21-year-old computer science student in Las Vegas who once saw himself as a libertarian but registered as a Democrat to support Sanders.
So, yeah... not a group you want to be associated with, especially if you're running for President of the United States. Although Trump did disavow Duke during a press conference on February 26, he failed to do the same thing when talking to Tapper .
If polls are to be believed, the day could well belong to Republican candidate Donald Trump, who looks to be leading in Alabama, Virginia, Georgia, Oklahoma and Vermont. Watch how Clinton does with minority voters across the South and beyond. On his part, Sanders' campaign has made clear that despite the size of his defeat in South Carolina-equal to almost 50 percent of the vote-he is nowhere near giving up the fight.
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He says no, this is wrong. "No, you need to take a serious look at the fact that this man has been playing fast and loose and footsie". He called the KKK a terrorist organization and Lord immediately said, "A leftist terrorist organization!" "And you guys play these word games and it's wrong to do in America", Jones said.
The controversy has proved a distraction for Trump as he remains the favorite to win the overwhelming majority of contests on Super Tuesday, when 11 states award 595 delegates in the Republican primary contest. Marco Rubio, and millionaire mogul Donald Trump . But few have a firm grasp on what it would be like to work with a President Trump if he took office in 2017.
Following Thursday night's heated Republican debate, Texas Senator Kevin Eltife says Trump is using Christie's endorsement to spin the media attention. Trump inherited $100 million from his father, Rubio said. It was one of the most animated performances of Cruz's entire campaign, jumping quickly from one strike to the next as he belittled, provoked and questioned the man favored to beat him in Georgia - or as Cruz called him at one point, "little fella".
Tensions boiled over during Mr Trump's rally in Monday in Radford, Virginia, where he was repeatedly disrupted by demonstrators, including 20 or more chanting "Black lives matter". Both the Republicans and Democrats will officially name their nominees at conventions in July, but a candidate can get an early start on campaigning for the general election in November by quickly getting enough delegates to clinch the nomination.
Ted Cruz won his home state of Texas , eked out a surprise victory in Oklahoma and won the caucuses in Alaska. Florida Senator Marco Rubio, the establishment's favorite, won only in Minnesota and lost to Trump by a narrow margin in Virginia .
Ted Cruz may be the GOP's last hope to keep bombastic front-runner Donald Trump from the Republican nomination for president. Cruz will be competing for attention. Short of a major scandal, probably not. "I think we're about ready to lose to the most dishonest politician in America, Hillary Clinton, and how could you do that?" "No, I'm not [seeming] to say that".
Coming within striking distance of becoming the Republican nominee, Trump, who has faced intense attack from other contenders for his radical views, notched up victories in seven states - Alabama, Arkansas Georgia, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Vermont and Virginia.
It's running TV ads in Florida that question his business tactics and accuse Trump of knowing little about foreign policy. "I will never quit". It is a delicate balance. Cruz victories in his home state of Texas and one or two other Super Tuesday states would bolster his claim to be the Trump alternative. "I can't believe that's his real hair".
That's the question Chick-fil-A restaurant owner Brad Williams had after watching a mother of two spend an entire meal on her phone, ignoring her kids in the process. Williams explained that there have been families who could not make it the first time bu came back to try again. The chain said it wants their restaurants to provide a sense of community for customers where family and friends can share quality time.
United States , which will decide if individuals convicted of a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence should be allowed to possess guns", noted Everytown on social media, referencing a Think Progress article on Thomas speaking in court.
The poll may well prove to be an outlier. "There are a lot of people on the right who wonder if Trump is really the right person who will reduce the size and scope of government". Should this be the role of the RNC (even if the GOP is partially to blame for the rise of Trump)? Conservative-backed anti-Trump PACs, nearly daily missives about the bombastic billionaire, and rhetorical onslaught from influential individuals condemning his White House run are increasing.
Officer Ashley Guindon, 28, was shot and killed Saturday on after responding to a domestic violence call. Meanwhile, the identities of the other officers who were injured in the incident have not been revealed yet. Guindon was shot and killed, on her first day of work for Prince William County, when she responded to a domestic dispute in Woodbridge on Sat. Feb. 27, 2016.
Officer Ashley Guindon, 28, was shot and killed Saturday on after responding to a domestic violence call. The suspect in the shootings, Ronald Hamilton , is in jail after police say he murdered both Officer Guindon and his own wife. On Tuesday, loved ones and colleagues gathered for her funeral. "It's such a tragedy for the family to go through on the first day, the first hour", Kerr said.
Ted Cruz, R-Texas poses for a photo with Amanda Reeves and her seven-month-old son Ty Reeves after a campaign rally at the Gilley's nightclub, Monday, Feb. The crucial question in Alabama (50 delegates) is whether Rubio will be able to stake a claim to at least 20 percent of the vote - that's the threshold required to get a share of delegates proportional to his support in the state.
The name comes from the day being the Tuesday during the presidential primary election when the largest number of states hold their nominating contests. In Douglas County, Democrats and Republicans have been planning for quite some time for Saturday's caucuses. The delegates will be distributed in some way.
The U.S. presidential candidates are using Monday to make a last push for support before voters in 11 states have their say in who should be the nominees for the Democratic and Republican parties. Cruz spent Monday all over the state of Texas. Galston said: "If Rubio is hovering around 20 percent, I would send him there". "Americans don't need crumbs, they need the whole loaf", Sanders said at a rally in Minneapolis.
He got a stop for us. He was recalled Monday after a one-game stint in the NBA Development League with the Maine Red Claws. After recording a season-low 78 points in an 18-point defeat to San Antonio on Thursday, Utah had 21 turnovers in Saturday's 98-96 loss to Brooklyn.
With the high-profile exception of Christie, many "establishment" Republicans have coalesced around Rubio in the hope of stopping Trump from gaining their party's mantle in the general election. He said he would continue to gain support on Tuesday and predicted a win in his home state of Florida on March 15. "I think there are many out there who are rooting for that outcome so that he's the nominee, and you can see it in the coverage he's gotten", he said.
Cruz in his concession speech said he looked forward to competing in 11 states, including his home state of Texas, on March 1, Super Tuesday, as a way of reviving his campaign. Trump and winning a hard general election race. Marco Rubio, R-Fla. speaks at a rally in Reno, Nev. This is coming off a 35.3% of votes and 10 delegate win in New Hampshire, and a #2.5% win, which includes all 50 delegates in SC.
It takes 1,237 delegates to win the Republican nomination for president. Cruz beat Trump in the Iowa caucuses , but he failed to gain any momentum from that. Ted Cruz by a narrow margin in the low 20s. If the results are confirmed, it will be Trump's third victory in a row after primary wins in New Hampshire and SC.
Marco Rubio, he's the candidate his party should look to. The Quinnipiac poll shows Rubio and Cruz also ahead of Clinton in a hypothetical match-up, by 3 and 5 percentage points, respectively, in Ohio. "There is nothing wrong with Gov. Kasich having his political beliefs, but he can not have it both ways", said Dennis Willard, of the group We Are Ohio, an advocacy group.
Her campaign is looking for a best-case scenario in which she gains a slim victory over Sanders, but not one that signals a decisive win. Clinton's success with minority voters could be attributed to her overwhelming support among Nevada unions.
Overwhelming support from black voters, who exit polls showed were about 60 percent of the Democratic electorate in SC, help Mrs. Clinton prevail. While Sanders has never been expected to win South Carolina - Clinton's lead in the polls has shrunk in recent weeks - pundits have noted he does not poll well among minorities, and specifically African-Americans.