Trump releases first political attack ad against rival Cruz

Any attempt to weaken him in his primary fight with Donald Trump only risks bolstering his argument that he's running against the "Washington cartel". The sound that you hear is the bandwagon beginning to roll.

It once seemed unthinkable, but Donald Trump may be positioning himself to sweep the early GOP primaries if he manages to prevail over Texas Sen. "It's an honor to be here, it's a tremendous honor to have your support and endorsement".

Cruz has fared better in recent weeks, and he appears to have a fighting chance of defeating Trump in the Iowa caucus. A Scott Walker supporter until the Wisconsin governor dropped out, Mankin likes that Trump is "not part of the establishment", but says his "biggest fear" is that Trump's "an egotistical rich successful man that's looking for publicity". He too believes that it's foolish to believe that modern American conservatism is built on high-flown talk of Madisonian theory or notions of constitutional purity. Bob dole yesterday explained why. Well, the Iowa caucuses are now less than two weeks away. Start with protecting the public.

"It's like being shot or poisoned", the South Carolina Republican said. They argue that Trump has the potential to bring out new voters, who may also vote for Republicans lower on the ballot. We live in a condo that doesn't have a backyard and my daughter says, okay, daddy, I've decided it's okay if you run for president because if you win, it means snowball will have a backyard to pee in.

Several other undecided likely caucusgoers complained that Trump doesn't offer much of a policy agenda. Still, all of the data indicates Trump cannot beat either plausible Democratic nominee, and that he is radioactive among the independents who so often decide national elections.

Anthony Bennett covers politics for Heavy, and writes for U.S. and international audiences in a variety of media and subject areas. Marco Rubio is at 14 percent, followed by Ben Carson at 7 percent.

"Now he's entitled to have that view", Cruz added, "but my view is we have an obligation to protect the rights of Americans, and private property is essential to the rights of Americans". Now Trump is calling Cruz a "nasty" guy who can't get along with anyone in the Senate while Cruz is portraying Trump as a phony conservative with liberal "New York values".

"He gave $100,000 to the Clinton Foundation", he said of the billionaire businessman and reality TV star. Yeah, coming from the establishment. Trump, for all his insults, is the kind of person members of Congress understand. In the ad, a female narrator describes the concept as "a fancy term for politicians seizing private property to enrich the fat cats who bankroll them". That's the theory, anyway.

He also attacked Cruz for flip-flopping on issues based on what's politically expedient.

Or this elaboration of the same theme: "How 'bout the rest of us?"

"I think a lot about the Department of Energy", Palin said in an interview with CNN last September.

Baier: You said the bill.

"I think it's a very difficult situation". Trump is increasing his participation in popular culture and expanding his personal brand, which is a big plus in today's celebrity-driven America.

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