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Trump Campaign Shows Different Side After Iowa LossStung by his second-place finish in Iowa, Donald Trump is facing new pressure to prove that he can translate his massive crowds and poll leads into election wins. Trump has blamed his second-place finish on a long list of factors.
Cruz & Trump Trade Insults On Campaign TrailDonald Trump and Sen. Ted Cruz cast aside any veneer of kindness on Wednesday to trade insults and accusations in a show of hardball politics that demonstrated the stakes for both men in the New Hampshire primary.
Santorum Ends White House Bid & Backs RubioFormer Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum ended his bid for the White House on Wednesday and said that he will support Florida Sen. Marco Rubio's campaign for the Republican presidential nomination.
Paul Quits 2016 GOP Presidential RaceSen. Rand Paul is dropping out of the 2016 race for president. Campaign spokeswoman Eleanor May confirmed his decision Wednesday, saying that a statement would be forthcoming.
Cruz Doesn't Want To Forget Lessons From 2000 ElectionSen. Ted Cruz, the newly minted winner of Iowa's presidential caucus, told a story of the 2000 election, when he worked as a "mid-level kid" on George W. Bush's presidential campaign.
Races Tight As Iowa Kicks Off 2016 VotingDonald Trump and Bernie Sanders hope to ride voter energy into victories Monday in the Iowa caucuses, as Ted Cruz and Hillary Clinton bank on sophisticated vote operations months in the making.
Iconoclastic Presidential Hopefuls Worry House MembersDonald Trump, Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders are energizing grassroots voters as the first balloting of the 2016 presidential race draws near. Yet the three maverick contenders are also alarming political operatives.
Perry Joins Cruz On The Campaign TrailSen. Ted Cruz worked to consolidate support Tuesday with the help of former Texas Gov. Rick Perry, while rival Donald Trump claimed that Cruz was "nervous" with less than a week until voting kicks off in Iowa.
Cruz & Clinton Call For Calmer Campaign TalkSen. Ted Cruz and Hillary Clinton both called for lowering the temperature in the presidential primary race Monday, even as their campaigns and supporters kept up their attacks with a week to go until the Iowa caucuses.
Rubio Goes After Clinton, Not His GOP RivalsRepublican presidential candidate Marco Rubio sprinted toward the Iowa caucuses Sunday, avoiding direct confrontations with his opponents and instead projecting a vision that looks more toward the general election.
Establishment "Warming Up" To Trump, He SaysGOP presidential candidate Donald Trump said Thursday that the Republican establishment is "warming up" to his candidacy as he ramped up his attacks against his chief rival, Sen. Ted Cruz.
Cruz-Bush Tension Underscores Deeper GOP DivideThings aren't so simpatico between the Bush family and Sen. Ted Cruz, and not only because one of the Texas senator's GOP presidential primary competitors is Jeb Bush, the former governor of Florida.

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