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General News    H3'ed 7/12/15

Relishing polls, Trump rails against U.S. presidential race rivals

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Since Trump accused Mexico last month of sending rapists and criminals to the United States, numerous businesses have cut ties with him, including NBC Universal, Univision, and NASCAR. He defiantly made fun of each of them. A Reuters-Ipsos poll released on Saturday showed Trump neck-and-neck with former Florida Governor Jeb Bush atop the large field of contenders for the Republican nomination. “How could I be tied with this guy? He’s terrible!” Trump said in his speech. “If you people go with Bush, you’re going to lose,” he said.
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