Watch: Jindal Gives Endorsement to Marco Rubio

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Louisiana Governor and former Republican presidential candidate Bobby Jindal endorsed GOP presidential candidate Florida Senator Marco Rubio on Friday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “On the Record with Greta Van Susteren.” Jindal said, “I’m endorsing Marco Rubio to be our next president. And Greta I’m doing that for three reasons. Look, we have a lot of great candidates running. A lot of my friends are running. The reality is, these are very dangerous times. This president’s weakened our standing on the foreign stage. Our enemies don’t fear us. Our friends don’t trust us. Marco’s been consistent about strengthening America’s foreign policy.” He added that “There are significant differences” between Rubio and the other candidates, “Marco’s consistently stood up to the threat of ISIS [and] radical Islam.” He further said, “I’m not here to criticize the other candidates. I’ve got friends that are running. I respect them. I’ve got friends supporting other candidates. I do think Marco’s best positioned. This election’s about the future. Look, I’m an ideas guy. We’ve got to turn the page on the Obama administration. I offered detailed policies through America Next, how do we rebuild our economy. Marco’s doing that as well. And here’s the
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Exclusive — Donald Trump Hammers Illegal Alien Gangs Operating Inside America: ‘Beyond Belief’ MS-13 Has Foothold in Boston

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MANCHESTER, New Hampshire — Donald Trump, the 2016 GOP presidential frontrunner who’s polling ahead of all his opponents here in New Hampshire, told Breitbart News on Friday morning that America is in dire straits if voters don’t elect someone president who can get the nation’s immigration crisis under control.
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Kasich: I’d Be the Worst Vice President — ‘Worse Than Biden’

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In an interview that aired Friday during CNN’s “The Situation Room,” Gov. John Kasich (R-OH), a candidate for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, dismissed the suggestion he would be a good running mate instead of a presidential nominee. Kasich told CNN’s Gloria Borger he would in fact be a worst vice president than current Vice President Joe Biden. “I would be the worst vice president anybody could ever imagine,” Kasich said. “I’d be worse than Biden. Because I’m my own man. I’m not going to take orders from these people. It’s not what I do, it’s not who I am. I’m basically an unrelenting agent of change.” Follow Jeff Poor on Twitter @jeff_poor
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Hillary Calls on Sanders to Stop Smears: ‘Enough is Enough’

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Friday on MSNBC, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was interviewed by Andrea Mitchell and Clinton doubled down on calls for her rival Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) to stop his “artful smear, innuendo and insinuation” that she can be bought because of her Wall Street connections. Partial transcript as follows: MITCHELL: His argument about Wall Street, it seems to be penetrating. It stuck. How do you counteract that? Are you willing to release the transcripts that were under your control? They were part of your transcripts, you own them. Transcripts of all your speeches? CLINTON: I said I would look into that, but I want to get to what’s really behind this. What’s behind this is, I made speeches, when I left, as many people do, other former officials… MITCHELL: Sorry you did it? CLINTON: No, I’m not. I thought it was a good way to communicate what I was seeing in the world and answer questions about that and I think it was a useful exercise for me, because it also enabled me to think through where I was in the assessment of what I would do next. So, no, but here’s what’s really going on. This is an effort by the
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Marc Lamont Hill: Hillary’s Being ‘Dismissive’ To Women, Assuming They’ll Vote For Her Just Because She’s a Woman

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Morehouse College Professor and CNN Commentator Marc Lamont Hill argued Democratic presidential candidate former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is dismissively “beginning to take women voters for granted, that just because you’re a woman, you’re just going to vote for Hillary Clinton”on Friday’s “CNN Newsroom.” Hill stated, “Hillary Clinton represents a certain kind of bourgeois liberal feminism that represents a certain sector of the public, but not all. The other thing is, women aren’t just voting to be first. Women are sophisticated voters. They don’t just want to vote a woman in because she’s a woman. They want someone who represents their broader interests, and for some, Bernie Sanders represents a kind of vision of American economics and American justice that’s different than Hillary Clinton. … And I think Hillary, again, made a mistake, she took voters for granted. In the same way that they took black voters for granted in 2008, I think they’re beginning to take women voters for granted, that just because you’re a woman, you’re just going to vote for Hillary Clinton. I think that’s dangerous. I think it’s dismissive, and I think [it] might just cause her a problem in some key states come Super
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