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You know what I would love...

I would love if Trump was caught saying something bad and recorded like Romney was. A girl could dream.Could you imagine the freak out and how he would have a meltdown.lol

I know he says horrible stuff everyday. But something so bad he would have to drop out the race .

Scariest woman in the world..


Watching CNN Breaking news...

Trump will skip Fox news debate.

Wonder what's that all about? Megan Kelly? IDK

US election: Michael Bloomberg 'ponders White House run'

The billionaire former mayor of New York, Michael Bloomberg, is thinking about running for president as an independent candidate, US media report.

Unnamed advisers told the New York Times the 73-year-old sees a gap and has instructed staff to draw up plans.
Last year he commissioned a poll to see how he might perform against Republican frontrunner Donald Trump and Democratic favourite Hillary Clinton.

Mr Bloomberg would reportedly pump $1bn of his fortune into a campaign.
He has yet to make a statement on the issue but members of his staff have told other US media that he is indeed thinking about running, especially if Mrs Clinton is wounded by her rival Bernie Sanders.
The New York Times also reports that he has set a deadline for making a final decision in early March, when he could still enter the race in all 50 states.

The Republican and Democratic candidates face their first real test in just over a week, when Iowa becomes the first state to make its choice of nominee.

Analysis - Anthony Zurcher, BBC News, Washington

Michael Bloomberg is reportedly considering an independent bid for the presidency if Republican Ted Cruz or Donald Trump faces Democrat Bernie Sanders or a weakened Hillary Clinton.

Such a scenario could prove deadly for the Democrats. While Mr Bloomberg nominally holds no party affiliation and once was elected New York City mayor as a Republican, his candidacy likely would bleed support from the Democrats, and the Republicans he attracts would come from safely liberal states in New England, the mid-Atlantic and the West Coast.

It is a recipe for putting Donald Trump in the Oval Office with only a modest plurality of the vote.
Mr Bloomberg has embraced issues - gun control, climate change and sweeping public-health regulations - that are anathema to the right, no matter how palatable his pro-business policies may be.

While the former mayor may see this as a rare opportunity to run against flawed candidates from both parties ­and, in 2016, anything seems possible, his path to the presidency still would be a long shot.
It could end up creating an outcome where his dearest issues are actively undermined by the candidate who defeats him.


Hey GOP, you can write whatever articles you want about Trump. The truth is this..

You created that Frankenstein monster.

Breaking news..

Supreme court takes up Obama immigration actions

On CNN now

So called "big Donald Trump announcement"

coming up on CNN.

On C-Span tonight at 8pm Atlantic time..

British House of Commons Debate on Barring Donald Trump from the U.K.

Don't know if anyone else seen this already.

Please caption Cruz and Trump!!

Remember when Teddy Cruz said he won't attack Trump early in the debates?

Now Trump is attacking him. That ass kissing got you nowhere Teddy

Donald: "I'm goin' after yoo Crooooz"

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