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    1. MoreGOP Candidates Respond: Should Obama Replace Justice Scalia?How Scalia’s Death Just Threw the Senate, the GOP and the Supreme Court in DisarrayHow Scalia’s Death Could Shake Up GOP Race George W. Bush wasn’t on the debate stage in South Carolina, but he may as well have been. The 43rd President of the United States and…

    2. The 2016 campaign has bewildered and captivated George W. Bush. At home in Dallas, the 43rd president rises before dawn and reads political news online. He fires off emails to his old advisers to check on the latest campaign-trail gossip. He tunes into the debates, even though they stretch past...

    3. The Latest: Trump, Rubio clash over George W. Bush legacy

      Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsFeb 13 06:52 PM

      GREENVILLE, S.C. (AP) — The Latest on the 2016 presidential race, with the focus turning to South Carolina and the Republican debate on Saturday night (all times local):

      Republican slugfest overshadows policy talk in d... - AFP via Yahoo UK & Ireland News

    4. George W. Bush to finally campaign for Jeb

      New York PostFeb 12 02:06 AM

      Republican George W. Bush on Monday will seek to generate a fresh burst of enthusiasm for his brother Jeb Bush’s White House bid in South Carolina, marking the former president’s first appearance on the campaign trail this year. George W. Bush will appear with his younger brother at a rally in North Charleston, S.C., the...

    5. Donald Trump took former President George W. Bush to task Saturday night, accusing him of lying to get the country into the Iraq War and faulting him for not keeping America safe.  "They lied," Trump said during the CBS News GOP presidential debate. "They said there were weapons of mass destruction. There were none. And they knew there were none. There were no weapons of mass destruction." Trump...

    6. While each GOP presidential hopeful candidate claimed himself the victor of Saturday night’s debate, South Carolina’s senior U.S. senator suggested someone who wasn’t even in the room.

    7. Big brother is watching -- and now, in George W. Bush's case, campaigning. The former US president will stump for his younger brother in South Carolina Monday as struggling candidate Jeb Bush seeks to shore up support in a state he sees as a lynchpin of his potential comeback in the Republican nomination race. Join us Monday in Charleston," Jeb Bush posted on Twitter Thursday, referring to next...

    8. Trump blames Bush for 9/11, says Iraq was a mistake

      The New Zealand HeraldFeb 13 07:50 PM

      Donald Trump hit former President George W. Bush hard in Saturday's debate, directing some blame at him for the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks and saying he erred badly by invading Iraq in 2003.Trump also clashed sharply with Bush's...

    9. At the time, he had nothing but praise for Hillary Clinton.

    10. Sparks flew at the toughest and liveliest GOP primary debate yet Saturday night, as Donald Trump and Jeb Bush clashed over the Middle East and George W. Bush’s legacy, trading insults at a rapid clip – and the two Cuban-American senators in the race accused each other of lying on immigration and even questioned each other’s Spanish-speaking skills.

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