Donald Trump and TI

Donald Trump is poised to clinch the Republican nomination if he wins Florida and Ohio's delegates in tonight's "Super Tuesday" elections.

Trump holds a 2-1 advantage over his closest competitor Marco Rubio at 43%, followed by Ted Cruz at 21%. He also holds a 90-delegate advantage going into Tuesday.

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Hillary Clinton

Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton suffered another coughing fit on the campaign trail.

The 68-year-old Democratic frontrunner was seized with coughing fits while speaking in Harlem, NY on Tuesday.

Clinton struggled to speak in between gulps of water. As she gasped for air, the crowd clapped and chanted "Hillary! Hillary! Hillary!"

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Manny Pacquaio

Eight-time world boxing champion Manny Pacquiao is in hot water for comparing the gays to animals.

The 37-year-old Filipino boxing champ is preparing for life outside of the boxing ring by running for public office as a bible-thumping politician.

In a rare television appearance that aired this week, Pacquiao called the gays "worse than animals."

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Hillary Clinton Karen Civil

Karen Civil, a popular blogger-turned motivational speaker is in hot water for tweeting homophobic and anti semitic slurs.

The former record company intern and gossip blogger rebranded her image on social media using her surname as a marketing tool.

With the help of rapper Li'l Wayne and her Instagram model looks, Civil toured the country holding seminars under the slogan "Keeping it Civil."

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DeRay McKesson

Black Lives Matter agitator DeRay McKesson is running for mayor of Baltimore, Maryland.

McKesson and American President Barack Obama have a few things in common; neither one had political experience or jobs before they ran for public office.

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Hillary Clinton

Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton suffered a prolonged coughing fit during her campaign stop in Iowa. The 68-year-old Democratic frontrunner was speaking in West Des Moines, Iowa, when she was suddenly seized with fits of coughing.

The coughing persisted even after Clinton took a sip of water and a cough lozenge. Afterwards, Mrs. Clinton struggled to speak with a raspy, weak voice as she gasped for breath.

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The national news media bashed presidential frontrunner Donald Trump after a man called President Obama a "Muslim" during Trump's campaign stop in New Hampshire on Thursday.

Trump took the 1st question from a supporter who said, "We have a big problem in this country, and it's called Muslims. We know our current president is one."

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The Obama campaign emailed these pics of President Obama campaigning in Florida 2 days ago, when he stopped by Daughter of Zion Jr. Academy in Delray Beach. The pic above is significant for one reason: the little boy in the top row who was caught up in the moment and couldn't resist kissing the girl next to him.

"You know, kids have good instincts," Obama said during an interview with Rolling Stone in the Oval office of the White House. "They look at the other guy and say, 'Well, that’s a bullshitter, I can tell.'"

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  • The Mitt Romney campaign continues to support Richard Mourdock's run for the US Senate despite controversial statements he made during Tuesday's final Senate debate.

    Mourdock's statement that pregnancy resulting from rape is [still] a gift from God, rankled women's groups and bolstered anti-abortionists.

    The Romney campaign told CNN reporter Jim Acosta that they would not pull an ad Romney made this week asking voters to “join me in supporting Richard Mourdock for U.S. Senate.”

    “[w]e disagree on the policy regarding exceptions for rape and incest but still support him,” said a spokesman in statement released today.

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