Donald Trump: I Would Drop Out Of Race If ‘I’m Really Tanking’

Although businessman Donald Trump continues to lead the GOP field when it comes to presidential preference of those registered voters who think of themselves as Republican, he is by no means the best-liked contender for Republicans for those potential voters.

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The outspoken business magnate and Republican frontrunner suggested refugees could be members of the terror group in a “tactical ploy” during a rambling, hour long speech at a rally in Keene, in New Hampshire.

As many as 9 million people have been displaced, including more than 4 million who have fled the country, according to the United Nations.

The Rev. Kevin Jessip, president of Global Strategic Alliance, told The Christian Post back in September that his ministry has initiated a “Fostering Families” program that is calling on over 1,000 churches in America to take in persecuted refugees.

Meanwhile, Secretary of State John Kerry today revealed 85,000 refugees will be allowed into the States from various places around the world in 2016 and another 100,000 will be given asylum in 2017.

“Look, if Russian Federation wants to go in there, [it] would have been nice if we went in as a unified front, to be honest”. We have no idea who they are. “I don’t know that it is, but it could be possible so they’re going back – they’re going back”. “We’ve got problems, and that could be possible”.

“I’m glad, because if I bought the Buffalo Bills, I probably would not be doing what I’m doing now, which is much more important”, Trump said. Even former Florida Governor Jeb Bush has room to grow, despite the slide in Republicans who rank him as their top pick. “Well”, Trump said, “there’s a little truth to that”. Wonderful, just wonderful.’ They hate each other. Trump also said he would eliminate the estate tax.

One of the main topics of Trump’s presidential campaign thus far has been immigration and he has pledged to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexican border to prevent illegal immigration from the neighbouring country.

Researchers note the figures are virtually the exact opposite of what they were just a decade ago, when 52 percent of all respondents to the same inquiry replied they believe immigrants are a burden because “they take our jobs, housing and health care“.

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He said: ‘We have an obligation to make sure that people coming here are legitimate, but send them all back?

Republican presidential candidate businessman Donald Trump talks during a campaign stop Wednesday Sept. 30 2015 in Keene N.H