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Poll indicates Donald Trump absorbing support of GOP dropouts


Spencer said he believed Bush could keep going even without finishing in the top three in SC.

Trump, at a news conference in Charleston earlier in the day, continued a stream of insults directed at the Bush family, insisting that the former president bore responsibility for the September 11, 2001, attacks that took place on his watch. In October, 25 percent said Trump most represented their values and 19 percent picked Carson.
Cruz said Wednesday said that Trump’s lawyers have sent his campaign a cease and desist letter ordering Cruz’s campaign to take down the spot, and the Texas senator is calling the billionaire businessman’s bluff.
Trump thought one way to fight back on the allegations thrown at him and it is to push through with a lawsuit against Ted Cruz.
In a statement issued by his campaign minutes after Cruz’s comments Wednesday, Trump pointed to the Cruz campaign’s tactics in Iowa, where staffers inaccurately portrayed Ben Carson as dropping out of the race while caucus-goers were still voting.
Haley said she wants a president who is going to have the backs of military veterans, and those in active duty. “He doesn’t have one Republican endorsement from the Senate and he works with the Senate”, Trump said at MSNBC’s town hall in SC. The Cruz campaign has repeatedly denied its involvement in the calls, suggesting they are being framed. “And so Donald’s reaction to each of the points of his record that I bring up is simply to engage in personal insults and attacks, and scream liar and threaten a lawsuit”.
“During anxious times, it can be tempting to follow the siren call of the angriest voices”, Haley said during that speech from the governor’s residence in Columbia.
Trump ended the release by declaring his superiority over the other candidates.
Matheson said Rubio and Cruz are “in line” with Lee’s conservative reform agenda. Ted Cruz and Florida Sen.
Rubio sees Haley’s endorsement as providing “a lift to come in second” in the Palmetto State’s primary, a source close to the campaign told CNN. Supporters of both Trump and Cruz, however, are more strongly committed.
But the race for second place in Saturday’s primary appears to be narrowing.
Cruz, the governor said, is a “very, very smart guy and very consistent I think on his conservative principles, so he has a lot of appeal”.
Cruz then claimed that Planned Parenthood “named Donald Trump their favorite Republican last fall”.

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