typical politician. 70% of voters voted for an outsider candidate or someone who has never been in washington. they're tired of politicians. jeb bush says he's tired of politics too, but he's the stereotypical politician, so it's a confusing ad. >> do you think that was effective? >> i think it was very effective. one of the very best i've seen. this has nothing to do with political correctness. what donald trump said about john mccain and p.o.w.s, that's what turned me at that moment. i think this man is unfit. i think he's going to win new hampshire because there isn't enough time to cut into his lead.
to clean up the washington mess. and chris christie, who's been camped out in new hampshire for months, is hitting rubio and ted cruz as johnny-come-latelies. >> two guys who have spent the least amount of time in new hampshire, by far. and because they came in second and third in iowa, you're going to let them come in second and third in new hampshire? >> that appeal to granite state voters, pride and being independent, not to mention their contrarian sensibilities
to clean up the washington mess. meanwhile, ben carson won't let up on ted cruz for what carson aides call dirty tricks, sending this e-mail erroneously suggesting carson may drop out. cruz has apologized but carson isn't satisfied, telling buzzfeed not to take corrective action is tacitly saying it's okay or like hillary clinton said after benghazi, what difference does it make. carson said it doesn't rise to
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