Insurgent presidential candidate Bernie Sanders trounced is projected to defeat Hillary Clinton in the New Hampshire Democratic primary, delivering the former secretary of state’s campaign juggernaut a setback in the state that helped revive her 2008 White House bid. The Associated Press called the race for the Vermont senator shortly after the final polls closed at 8 p.m. Eastern. Two factors worked in Bernie’s favor.
The 2016 Republican presidential primary race has not been going as expected for former Florida governor Jeb Bush, from plummeting poll numbers, to a poor showing in the Iowa caucuses, to several lackluster debate performances. And with the New Hampshire primary in full swing, the latest news out of the Bush camp adds to that list of woes: Jeb Bush’s campaign bus broke down on a train track, and a train is rapidly approaching.
A voter from Greenwich, Connecticut, asked the business mogul whether he could look into the faces of some of refugee children and tell them that they’re not allowed to enter the country. The answer answer was a resounding “yes." Trump then repeated a famous — and incorrect — statistic.
here in New Hampshire, the eyes of the entire country will be watching.
And the very simple question is: Will the people of New Hampshire stand
up and demand that this country move in a very different direction and
take on greed? That’s what this election is about. New Hampshire, let’s
vote for a new direction and transform this country.