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Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton would beat Republican presidential rival Donald Trump by double digits in a hypothetical election match-up, according to a new poll released Wednesday. However, Trump’s Republican rivals would fare better against Clinton.

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Donald Trump suggested Wednesday that Republican presidential rival Marco Rubio would have to drop out of the race before the front-runner would consider him as a possible running mate.

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Donald Trump easily won the Republican Michigan and Mississippi presidential primaries and the Hawaii caucuses, regaining momentum as the anti-Trump movement intensifies.

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) won the Democratic Michigan primary, threatening to drag out the primary season that seemed to be all but locked up for Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton.

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CBS on Tuesday declined to conduct a phone interview with Donald Trump after the network said the Republican presidential front-runner was unable to appear on camera.

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Donald Trump hold a slim lead over rival Ohio Gov. John Kasich in Ohio, according to a new Public Policy Polling survey released Monday.

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Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg will not run for president in 2016. “When I look at the data, it’s clear to me that if I entered the race, I would not win,” he wrote in an editorial online.

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Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Florida) has cut Donald Trump’s lead in Florida to single digits, according to a Monmouth University Poll released Monday.

Trump leads Rubio by 8 points in the senator’s home state, 38 percent to 30 percent. Earlier polls show Trump with a double-digit lead.

A Public Policy Polling survey released last month showed Trump with a 20-point lead. A One America News Network and Gravis Marking poll released last month also showed Trump with a 20-point lead.