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Democrats Blame ?Trump-Mania? for Matt Bevin Victory in Kentucky

Democrats stunned by Matt Bevin?s victory in the race for Kentucky governor blamed ?Trump-mania? for the Tea Party candidate?s unlikely 53%-44% win over Democrat Jack Conway.

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Republican donors, operative fueling new anti-Trump ad blitz

Republican donors with links to several presidential candidates ? as well as a prominent GOP operative ? are pooling their resources in a new effort to go after Donald Trump and keep the party?s presidential front-runner from winning the nomination.

The most recent bid is a reported ?guerrilla campaign? led by a group called Trump Card LLC and run by Liz Mair, former communications official for the Republican National Committee.

The group?s goal, according to The Wall Street Journal, is to collect money from anonymous donors to ?defeat and destroy? Trump, who has essentially led the GOP presidential field since declaring his candidacy this summer.

Further, the super PAC supporting fellow GOP candidate and Ohio Gov. John Kasich is planning to air attack ads against Trump in New Hampshire. And, in a sign of the project?s appeal among donors, it is starting to get funding from donors backing candidates other than Kasich.

Fox News has learned that, as of Sunday, 10 new donors pledged money to the group, New Day for America, since a report Thursday on the super PAC?s plans.

The group confirmed most of those donors are supporting other candidates, including former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio. Among them, California donor Jeffrey Le Sage told Reuters, which first reported on the new donations, that he wants to help ?stand up to Donald Trump.?

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Can't believe Fox News .... Just another carnival news station , but I do like Kimberly on " The Five !
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The Donald ......like the long lost uncle your father never told you about , shows up to the family reunion & everybody loves him ! Lol
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4 Howard Stern Callers Confirms Trump: Muslims Did Cheer After 9/11

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CNN/ORC Poll: Trump alone at the top again


(CNN)?Donald Trump is once again alone at the top of the Republican field, according to the latest CNN/ORC Poll, with 36% of registered Republicans and Republican-leaning independents behind him, while his nearest competitor trails by 20 points.

Three candidates cluster behind Trump in the mid-teens, including Texas Sen. Ted Cruz at 16%, former neurosurgeon Ben Carson at 14% and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio at 12%. All other candidates have the support of less than 5% of GOP voters in the race for the Republican Party's nomination for president.

Carson (down 8 points since October), former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (down 5 points to 3%) and Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul (down 4 points to 1%) have lost the most ground since the last CNN/ORC poll, conducted in mid-October.

Cruz (up 12 points) and Trump (up 9 points) are the greatest beneficiaries of those declines. Rubio is also up slightly, gaining 4 points -- an increase within the poll's margin of sampling error -- since the last CNN/ORC poll.

Republican voters are most sharply divided by education. Among those GOP voters who hold college degrees, the race is a close contest between the top four contenders, with Cruz slightly in front at 22%, Carson and Rubio tied at 19% and Trump at 18%. Among those without college degrees, Trump holds a runaway lead: 46% support the businessman, compared with 12% for Cruz, 11% for Carson and just 8% for Rubio.

Several other recent polls have shown Trump reclaiming a solid lead atop the GOP field after several weeks of near parity with Carson. But the new poll finds the businessman with both his broadest support and his widest lead in any national live-interviewer telephone poll since he announced his candidacy in June.

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Trump - 25 years ago


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Better pay attention folks:



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Wish I had more time to play w/ you guys ...Ok last election it was Mitt the dude could not tell a joke but was a joke himself , The Donald is funny Hillary in a Jumpsuit ? That's funny stuff.... the gays & blacks don't like Trump-Maina but will go w/ " Our Gal " .
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I just can't believe we are going to have to go with at least another 4 years of a radical feminist Clinton. I almost vomit in my mouth at the thought of it... and having to listen to the Anti-Christ and Chesley ( who is poised to be the first lady) blah blah

Trump is a joke... I just wish we didn't have spineless... I was going to write politicians but it's really the electorate's fault.
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I had such high hopes Newt Gingrich would have thrown his hat in the ring for this race....
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Times, Zogby Polls: Trump Pulling Away From GOP Rivals

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Jeb Bush calls " The Donald " a "Jerk " , Jeb "just had to get it off his chest ". Then why didn't he say it the other night to his face ? These "Girly Man " Republican want to be's presidents are trying to replace the All My Children soap shows ...But nobody can fill her shoes Oh ! do I miss Erica Kane
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This might be old news to some, a few weeks ago , when you googled JebBush.com it redirects you to Donald Trumps Campaign web site . THAT sneaky DONALD !
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The mind-blowing turnaround in Donald Trump's poll numbers explains why he's blowing everyone out of the water

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For the past five months, real-estate tycoon Donald Trump has led all but two national polls of the Republican presidential primary.

On Wednesday, a CNN/ORC poll found him with his largest lead yet: a 21-point advantage over US Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), who has been surging lately. Trump was up three points from CNN's last survey in November.

It's all part of an astounding and continued rise that has turned a candidate whose staying power experts initially dismissed into a still-overwhelming front-runner.

From the CNN poll data, it's easy to tell why. Trump has sold much of the Republican primary electorate not only on his brand, but on his ability to tackle the issues most pressing to Americans.

Perceptions of his favorability, electability, and strategy on key areas have all improved over the past six months. In many of these cases, he has seen dramatic turnarounds with the GOP electorate.

Here's a look at the shifts:

Favorability:
?In a July CNN poll, just 51% of Republicans viewed Trump favorably, compared with 40% who saw him in an unfavorable light.
?In December, 72% of registered Republicans say they view Trump favorably. That contrasts with just 27% who view him unfavorably.

Electability:
?In August, just 38% of Republicans thought that they would have a "better chance" of winning the presidency in 2016 if Trump was the nominee. Fifty-eight percent said that the party would have a better chance with someone else.
?In December, 46% of Republicans now see a "better chance" of winning the presidency with Trump as the nominee. That number has climbed to an almost even split with the 50% of GOP voters who think someone else would give them a better chance.
REUTERS/Rebecca Cook " data-mce-source="Thomson Reuters" data-mce-caption="U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump addresses the crowd during a campaign rally in Grand Rapids" width="650" height="445">(Thomson Reuters)


Handling the economy:
?In most presidential election cycles, this is perhaps the key question: Which president will help the economy, and therefore the average voter's wallet? In June, right after Trump announced his candidacy, 20% of Republican voters thought that he could best handle the economy, compared with 16% for former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush.
?Now, 57% of voters think Trump will do the best job with the economy. No other candidate comes within 45 points.

Handling illegal immigration:
?This has always been a strong point for Trump with Republican voters going back to the early weeks of his campaign, when he proposed building a wall along the US-Mexico border. But in June, 18% of GOP voters thought Bush actually was best to handle the issue, compared with 14% for Trump.
?In December, it's not even close. Fifty-five percent of Republican voters trust Trump most on the issue. Cruz is next, with 15%. Bush gets just 3% of the vote.
Handling ISIS:
?The terrorist group's attack in Paris, and the subsequent attack linked to the organization in San Bernardino, California, has pushed foreign policy and national security up on the list of priorities. In August, 32% of GOP voters thought Trump would handle the group best, compared with 16% for Bush.
?Four months later, Trump is the choice of 47% of voters as the candidate who can best handle ISIS, compared with 21% for Cruz and 7% for Bush.

Trump is averaging 35.1% support in the past eight Republican primary surveys, according to Real Clear Politics. As 2015 comes to a close, Trump has led all but two national surveys since July, when he first seized control of the GOP race.

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