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Bachmann: Deport all undocumented immigrants

Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann insisted Saturday that it was time deported all undocumented immigrants. During a forum with the GOP candidates on Fox News Saturday, Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi (R) asked Bachmann how she would go about deporting all 11 million of the undocumented. “I want people to…

Gingrich surges in new Iowa presidential poll

DES MOINES, Iowa (Reuters) – A surge in support for Republican White House hopeful Newt Gingrich has made him the new front-runner in Iowa, which holds the first of next year’s presidential nominating contests, according to a closely watched opinion poll published on Saturday. Gingrich, a former speaker of the…

Mitt Romney demands firing of AG Eric Holder

MANCHESTER, New Hampshire (Reuters) – Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney flexed his campaign’s organizational muscle in the key early voting state of New Hampshire on Saturday, unleashing hundreds of volunteers to knock on doors and make phone calls on his behalf. The former Massachusetts governor also criticized the attorney general,…

Newt Gingrich ahead in Iowa, Paul second, Romney third

Republican White House hopeful Newt Gingrich has surged to the front of the pack in Iowa, while rival Mitt Romney dropped to third place, a month before the state’s key caucuses, a poll showed. Gingrich earned 25 percent support among likely Republican caucus voters polled by the Des Moines Register…

Paul campaign calls Trump debate ‘beneath the office of the Presidency’, declines invite

2012 Presidential hopeful Rep. Ron Paul has declined an invitation to appear in the Donald Trump-moderated Republican primary debate scheduled for December 27, according to Chris Moody’s The Ticket blog. Jesse Benton, a spokesman for the Congressman Paul said that the debate, sponsored by the conservative website Newsmax, is “beneath…

Herman Cain suspends candidacy for president

After days of speculation, the Herman Cain presidential train is now officially no more. The former CEO of Godfather’s Pizza announced Saturday afternoon that he was suspending his campaign in the midst of several allegations diminishing his hopes for the Republican presidential nomination. “With a lot of prayer and soul…

Gingrich surge sets up key Iowa battle with Romney

White House hopeful Newt Gingrich’s surge in the polls has upended the race for the Republican nomination, setting up a key showdown between him and Mitt Romney in the first caucus vote in Iowa. Gingrich has pledged to make near-daily appearances in the state ahead of the January 3 caucus,…

Trump to moderate GOP debate

Billionaire real estate mogul Donald Trump will play the role of moderator at a Republican debate in Des Moines, Iowa on Dec. 27, according to reports published Friday. The debate, being staged by conservative magazine Newsmax, will be the first ever in presidential-level politics to be run by a reality…

Cain launches website smearing accusers as ‘pathetic husbandless women’

Herman Cain’s struggling presidential campaign has created a new website that they say is a “fellowship of women dedicated to helping elect Herman Cain” — but the real purpose seems to be to destroy the reputation of his accusers. While the website “Women for Cain” is chaired by Cain’s wife,…

Cain: ‘I didn’t do some of the things that I’ve been accused of’

Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain admitted Thursday that he has “made mistakes,” but maintained that a there is a conspiracy working against him, and his female accusers are motivated by money. The former Godfather’s Pizza CEO told Fox News host Sean Hannity that the women accusing him of sexual impropriety…

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