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Marco Rubio suspends GOP presidential campaign

Marco Rubio suspends campaignSenator Marco Rubio of Florida announced Tuesday night that he would suspend his bid for the Republican presidential nomination.

That announcement came on the heels of a "significant" victory in his home state of Florida for GOP front-runner Donald Trump, as projected by NBC News.

Rubio lamented in a Tuesday address that it was "clear" he would not be on the winning side of history, but he continued to promote the thesis of his campaign: A political run that is "realistic about the challenges we face," but still "optimistic."


Trump Aide Has History of ‘Inappropriate’ Behavior

Corey LewandowskiDonald Trump’s staff and advisers have expressed concerns about campaign manager Corey Lewandowski’s quick temper and heavy-handed leadership, and some even planned a coup against him last month, sources involved in the discussions told POLITICO.

A series of presidential primary victories ended the talk of deposing Lewandowski, the sources said. But now, Trump is facing external pressure to fire Lewandowski after he was accused last week of manhandling a reporter.


Trump considers paying legal bills for man charged at rally

Trump considers paying legal fees for puncherDonald Trump says he’s “instructed my people” to explore the possibility of helping pay the legal bills for a 78-year-old man charged with assault at a Trump rally.

Authorities have said John Franklin McGraw of Linden, North Carolina, was charged after he was caught on video hitting a man deputies were escorting at a Trump rally last Wednesday in Fayetteville.

Trump tells NBC’s “Meet the Press” that McGraw “got carried away” and “maybe he doesn’t like seeing what’s happening to the country.”


Chicago PD: We Didn’t Tell Trump to Cancel Event

Chicago PD did not cancel rallyA spokesman for the Chicago Police Department says the agency never recommended that Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump cancel his campaign rally in the city.

CPD spokesman Anthony Guglielmi tells The Associated Press that the department never told the Trump campaign there was a security threat at the University of Illinois at Chicago venue. He said the department had sufficient manpower on the scene to handle any situation.

Guglielmi says the university's police department also did not recommend that Trump call off the event. He says the decision was made "independently" by the campaign.


Students say they were coerced to give Trump University positive reviews

Students coerced into giving positive reviews for Trump UniveersitySome students of Donald Trump's now-defunct school say that they were forced to give Trump University positive reviews, according to interviews and documents published by The New York Times.

Robert Guillo said his glowing endorsement of the program came after a teacher begged for it, reportedly saying that without it, "Mr. Trump might not invite me back to teach again."

Jeffrey Tufenkian said his high ratings came as the result of his Trump University-assigned mentor refusing to leave the room until he gave the school excellent ratings.


Donald Trump postpones rally in Chicago due to security concerns

Trump cancels rallyRepublican presidential candidate Donald Trump has canceled a rally in Chicago, calling off the event due to safety concerns after protesters packed into the arena where it was to take place.

A man representing Trump's campaign approached the podium to say: "Mr. Trump has just arrived in Chicago and after meeting with law enforcement, has determined that for the safety of all the tens of thousand of people that have gathered in and around the arena. Tonight's rally will be postponed until another day."

The announcement that Trump would postpone the rally for another day led the crowd inside the University of Illinois at Chicago Pavilion to break out into raucous cheers.

TVNL Comment:  The power of the people shall not be denied....


Breitbart Spokesman Quits As Trump Campaign Controversy Blows Up

Kurt BardellaBreitbart spokesman Kurt Bardella is no longer working with the company in the wake of controversy over Donald Trump’s campaign manager allegedly roughly handling one of the site’s reporters.

Bardella told BuzzFeed News on Friday that he had informed Breitbart of his decision to drop them as a client earlier this afternoon.


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