Carly Fiorina, former Hewlett-Packard CEO, says the chances of her running for President are "Higher than 90 percent." She continued on to say that she would announce her 2016 Republican Presidential campaign in late April, early May.
Last week when Ted Cruz announced his 2016 Presidential campaign, Peter King spoke openly against it. The result was phone calls being made to the Congressman's office by Ted Cruz supporters that were not appropriate. Congressman King released the following statement on Facebook about this.
STATEMENT OF CONGRESSMAN PETE KING REGARDING CERTAIN TED CRUZ SUPPORTERS
Source: The Courier Journal
Paul is going to announce his candidacy for the White House in his home state of Kentucky, then make single stops in four succeeding days in four key early caucus and primary states, according to a schedule released by the senator's political action committee, RANDPAC.
Rand Paul 2016 campaign announcement tour schedule has been released. Note that the times and locations are subject to change.
Tuesday, April 7, 2015:
1 pm ET - Announcement speech in Louisville Kentucky
Wednesday, April 8, 2015:
12 pm ET - Milford Town Hall in Milford, New Hampshire
Thursday, April 9, 2015:
(Time not yet finalized) Rally in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina
Friday, April 10, 2015:
11 am ET - University of Iowa’s Student Union in Iowa City
Saturday, April 11, 2015:
Nevada (Location and time not yet finalized)
Senator Marco Rubio plans to announce his campaign for president on April 13 in Miami, two Republican sources confirmed to Bloomberg on Saturday.
If everything goes as planned Marco Rubio would be the third Republican to announce his intentions to run for President. Ted Cruz announced last week and Rand Paul is expected to announce on April 7.
On Monday of this week Ted Cruz announced his intentions to seek the Republican nomination for President of the United States. Since that announcement the liberal media and other Democratic politician have not held back with their attacks. There were some attacks about his record in the United States Senate but also some silly attacks. One of them was that his Presidential logo looks like an upside down burning flag.
The one that this post is really about is how the students who attended Ted Cruz's Presidential announcement speech were forced to go. The college did say that all students are required to go to all speakers who visit the school, no matter who is actually speaking. The school also said that the students that do not attend have to pay a $10.00 fine. So yes the students were technically forced to go to Ted Cruz's speech but nobody forced the students to stand up, clap and cheer when Cruz gave his speech or when he made his official announcement.
Next month Kentucky Senator Rand Paul will announce his 2016 Presidential campaign in a five state campaign tour.
Source: Washington Times
Mr. Paul will make his announcement first in Louisville at noon on April 7, then head to New Hampshire on April 8, Charleston, S.C., on April 9, Iowa City on April 10 and Las Vegas on April 11.
Last night on Twitter at midnight, Texas Senator Ted Cruz announced that he will be running for President.
Here's the video that was in Ted Cruz's tweet.
Here's the longer version of his announcement video that was posted later.
At the countries largest Christian university Ted Cruz made his official announcement speech.
Since 1992 every Presidential election except 2012 had either a Bush or a Clinton trying to run for President. If you want to go back even further in 1988, George H.W Bush ran for President and won. In 1980 and 1984, George H.W. Bush ran for Vice President under Ronald Reagan. George H.W. Bush also ran for the Republican Presidential nomination in 1980. If you want to think of it like this, we have had a Bush on a Presidential ticket in every election since 1980 except 1996, 2008, and 2012. Only once in American history has a Bush and Clinton faced off in a Presidential race. That was in 1992 which Bill Clinton beat George H.W. Bush in his run for reelection. Its very well possible that we might see another Bush vs. Clinton face off in 2016.
After that icy 1992 campaign, members of the Bush family helped campaign against Clinton in 1996, and Clinton returned fire when George W. Bush ran for president in 2000. George W. Bush, by the way, ran in part to "restore honor and dignity" to the office of the Presidency. The implication there is that Clinton tarnished it.
Saturday Night Live went after the scandal behind Hillary Clinton's emails while portraying her as a crazy lady who is craving the Presidency.
One of the recurring themes of this campaign will be that Jeb Bush is not conservative enough to be the Republican nominee. This argument is drawn from Bush's stance on immigration and common core. Bush released the video below in order to show that he was a Conservative when Governor of Florida.
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