Trump wins South Carolina primary, establishing supremacy in Republican presidential race

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Editor’s Note: Jeb Bush withdraws from race

COLUMBIA, S.C. — Donald Trump rode a week of insults directed at a popular pope and a GOP president to trounce his opponents in the South Carolina Republican presidential primary Saturday, the most convincing evidence to date that his establishment-smashing campaign is on track to win the nomination. None of Trump’s rivals came close to knocking…

3 Responses to Trump wins South Carolina primary, establishing supremacy in Republican presidential race

  1. William "Bill" Hicks February 21, 2016 at 12:31 pm

    He’s not my choice. For those who agree with me, please consider that he is evidence that most Conservatives are tired of being fooled by mainstream republican politicians that fail to follow up on their promises. I really don’t think that Trump will be any different, but he is a candidate that faces off with the pro-invasion from south of our border. He says what many of us have been thinking.

    Although I don’t want him for president, I have to thank him for bringing up in his conversation issue’s that have been plaguing the Conservative movement for decades.

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  2. Citizen Reporter February 20, 2016 at 8:30 pm

    Breaking from Newsmax.com

    Republican front-runner Donald Trump has won the South Carolina Primary and Sen. Marco Rubio appears to be in second place, with Sen. Ted Cruz close behind. Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush has announced he is suspending his campaign.
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  3. Citizen Reporter February 20, 2016 at 7:35 pm

    32% vote total was a double digit win.

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