Trump to Newsmax TV: My GOP Opponents Are All Beholden to 'Special Interests'
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The Republican Party's presidential candidates are politicians too beholden to lobbyists, donors and special interests — including Jeb Bush, whose Common Core and immigration views will "beat him," and Sen. Marco Rubio, who's proven he's "not the next Ronald Reagan," contender Donald Trump tells Newsmax TV in an exclusive interview. [Full Story]
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