Wednesday, February 3, 2016

It Won't Be Easy to Be Anti-Establish Presidential Candidate in 2016

Anti-establishment candidate, those not influenced by connected interests, will find the going tough in 2016. Cruz and Rubio, while both playing the anti-establishment card during the Presidential campaign, are receiving funds from connected players. It's still possible that Trump, good or bad, won't receive Republican nomination despite clear public support.

Headline: Republican Rand Paul suspends 2016 White House campaign

U.S. Republican Rand Paul suspended his 2016 presidential bid on Wednesday after his small-government campaign failed to gain traction with voters.

The U.S. senator from Kentucky was the second Republican candidate, behind former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee, to drop out of the race since Monday's night's Iowa caucuses. That contest launched the parties' process to nominate candidates for the November election.



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