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Saturday, February 6, 2016

CNN Politics

Bush vows to back GOP nominee, slams Rubio on abortion

Yesterday
Jeb Bush is sharpening his attacks against rival Marco Rubio in the final few days before the New Hampshire primary, raising questions about the Florida senator's position on abortion and characterizing him as an untested, political showman.

Bobby Jindal throws support behind Marco Rubio

Yesterday
Former Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal on Friday endorsed Florida Sen. Marco Rubio for president.

Ahead of Nevada caucus, Clinton goes up with first Spanish-language ads

Yesterday
Hillary Clinton's campaign released its first Spanish-language TV and radio ads on Friday, highlighting the former secretary of state's position on immigration reform ahead of Nevada's caucuses later this month.

Trump: Obama apologized during mosque visit

Yesterday
Donald Trump on Friday accused President Barack Obama of apologizing to Muslims during a recent visit to a Baltimore mosque.

Clintons earned $153M from speeches over 14 years, analysis shows

Yesterday
Hillary Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, combined to earn more than $153 million in paid speeches from 2001 until Hillary Clinton launched her presidential campaign last spring, a CNN analysis shows.

New Hampshire libertarians lost Rand Paul, but they have reason to celebrate

Yesterday
It was an unlikely night for New Hampshire libertarians to throw a party.

Kasich, aides engage in New Hampshire snowball fight

Yesterday
John Kasich had just finished telling reporters how the establishment was scared of him. He then wanted to make sure that they were, too.

Clinton turns to Sanders' Senate colleagues to question his preparedness

Yesterday
Hillary Clinton turned to four female members of the United State Senate on Friday in New Hampshire to make her case for the presidency, and to cast her opponent, Sen. Bernie Sanders as unprepared for many aspects of the job.

How would Bernie Sanders deal with the world?

Yesterday
Even Bernie Sanders admits that he's not done enough to explain his foreign policy positions.

ABC: No last-minute invite for Fiorina to debate

Yesterday
ABC News has no plans to give Carly Fiorina a last-minute invitation to Saturday night's Republican debate, despite mounting protest from her and some of her fellow candidates, according to two ABC News insiders and a Republican National Committee source.

Sheldon Adelson-owned Las Vegas Review-Journal endorses Rubio

Yesterday
The Las Vegas Review-Journal, recently acquired by the family of Republican casino billionaire mega-donor Sheldon Adelson, is endorsing Marco Rubio for the upcoming GOP caucuses there.

Kasich sees strong finish in New Hampshire, says he'd be 'worst' VP 'anybody could ever imagine'

Yesterday
Ohio Gov. John Kasich believes he is in a great position heading into Tuesday night's New Hampshire primary, and is confident that his positive and retail politics-focused campaign will get him there.

Trump's unwelcome support: White supremacists

Yesterday
New Hampshire voters may be stunned to hear the latest robocall asking for their vote; it's from white nationalists with a simple, disturbing message.

CNN/WMUR tracking poll finds New Hampshire holding steady

Yesterday
Friday's update to the CNN/WMUR tracking poll of likely Republican primary voters finds Donald Trump holding on to an 11-point lead and the widespread expectation that he will win Tuesday's primary.

Grassley questions Carter's use of personal email

Yesterday
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley sent a letter Monday questioning Secretary of Defense Ash Carter's use of personal email for official business, calling the practice "troubling."

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