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Republican Hopefuls Hit the Road to Meet Donors

It’s high season for the invisible primary, as potential candidates and their super PACs are scrambling to lock down big-ticket donors. Full News here – First Draft

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Some Republican governors back Homeland Security showdown

Several Republican governors are urging GOP congressional leaders to stand firm next week in opposing legislation funding the Department of Homeland Security if it doesn’t also overturn President Obama’s executive action on immigration. Full News here – FOX News

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Giuliani Comments Echo Old Republican Attacks on Obama

Rudolph W. Giuliani has stirred a furor this week by claiming that President Obama does not love America, but the suggestion is not a new one. Full News here – First Draft

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Factbox: Republican Jeb Bush seeks tips from wide cast of foreign policy experts

(Reuters) – Republican Jeb Bush is looking for national security advice from a large cast of experts whose views range from pragmatic to hawkish as he seeks the party’s 2016 presidential nomination, according to a list given to Reuters by an aide. Many of the advisers are former members of the administration headed by his […]

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Republican Jeb Bush slams Obama’s handling of Iran, urges sanctions

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush on Wednesday criticized President Barack Obama’s approach to Iran’s nuclear efforts, urging Congress to ramp up sanctions if negotiations fail. Bush, who is seeking his party’s 2016 nomination, also said in a speech on Wednesday that any agreement the Obama administration reaches with Iran should be subject […]

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Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush addresses the Detroit Economic Club in Detroit

Exclusive: Republican Jeb Bush to lay out case for stronger U.S. role in world

By Steve Holland WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States needs to regain its leadership role in the world, Republican Jeb Bush will say in a speech on Wednesday, while asserting that President Barack Obama has been inconsistent and indecisive in carrying out American foreign policy. Bush's speech at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs will […]

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Republican Majorities Struggle To Get Congress Working

After six weeks in session and 139 roll call votes in a House and Senate that feature some of the largest Republican majorities in generations, one of the most telling statistics from the new Congress is this: President Obama’s veto threats outnumber the bills Congress has been able to send him. Full News here – […]

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State-led push to force constitutional convention gains steam, with high-profile Republican support

A state-level campaign to rein in the federal government by calling an unprecedented convention to amend the U.S. Constitution is gaining steam, picking up support from two high-profile Republicans as more states explore the idea. Full News here – FOX News

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State-led push to force constitutional convention gains steam, with high-profile Republican support

A state-level campaign to rein in the federal government by calling an unprecedented convention to amend the U.S. Constitution is gaining steam, picking up support from two high-profile Republicans as more states explore the idea. Full News here – FOX News

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Republican Senators Back Resolution Welcoming Netanyahu

Senate Republicans on Thursday moved to officially welcome Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to the U.S. ahead of his planned speech to Congress next month, the latest development in a saga that has roiled politics in both countries. Full News here – Washington Wire

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