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Rep. Steve King: Cruz Will Overtake Trump


By    |   Thursday, 14 Jan 2016 05:09 PM

Sen. Ted Cruz will have the upper hand in his square-off with Republican front-runner Donald Trump in the sixth GOP presidential debate and start to overtake the billionaire developer in the polls, Rep. Steve King predicted Thursday on Newsmax TV.

"Right now, I'd say it's more likely to be Cruz," King, a Iowa Republican said on "The Steve Malzberg Show."

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"Trump has been leading in almost all the polls in the country for a long, long time … but in Iowa, Cruz made a surge starting in about the early, middle part of November.

"Over the next two weeks, we don't know what kind of dramatic things might change it. But if nothing dramatic happens, then there'll be more people coming out on Cruz's side. I think he's up in the polls. I think he'll stay there but it'll be tight."

And what might that drama be?

"The question is can Trump do something dramatic to cause a turnout of people that have never gone to caucus before — [the people] which he characterizes as his supporters. I don't know if he can do that," King told Steve Malzberg.

"If it would be blazing a new trail in politics and, of course, he has done that consistently so no one knows. You can’t predict Trump but I'll say this: it's going to be Cruz and Trump in a tight race and I think [Sen.] Marco Rubio a distant third."

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Sen. Ted Cruz will have the upper hand in his square-off with Republican front-runner Donald Trump in the sixth GOP presidential debate and start to overtake the billionaire developer in the polls, Rep. Steve King predicted Thursday on Newsmax TV.
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