Ted Cruz Calls Out Washington Establishment for Supporting Trump

Palin said her son had been changed by his time in Iraq.

The Republican presidential front-runner said he thought it was fair. "But I think it's more dishonest than incompetent".

The New Yorker has visited Arizona twice - in December he made a stop in Mesa and last July he worked up a crowd in Phoenix.

"He has to make sure that Veterans Administration works", Trump continued, "but it doesn't, our vets are being treated horribly". As for the income tax, Alaska's state government is mostly funded by oil taxes, and oil prices have dropped since the election, so he's turning toward more taxes.

Track, who according to court documents lives with his mother, allegedly punched his girlfriend in the eye, kicked her in the knee and then held an AR-15 assault rifle near his head, she told police, who responded to the incident.

The charges against Track were filed the same day Palin appeared at an Ames, Iowa, rally to endorse Trump, the current GOP frontrunner.

"I like Sarah Palin but I'm not going to blame President Obama for the post-traumatic stress disorder that our soldiers may face", Sen. They come back hardened.

He added that when it comes to the three men: "If the past is any indication of the future ..." "And that starts from the top". "It's a shame that our military personnel even have to question, have to wonder if they're respected anymore", the former Vice Presidential candidate said. "Do you know what we're trying to do to secure America?'"

Trump is the guy who insulted John McCain, a genuine war hero -and the man who ran for president with Palin - by saying McCain wasn't a hero.

"I hope this doesn't become a portable chew toy in a political campaign", he told NBC. "There was tremendous press".

"I think Ted Cruz's problem is one of authenticity right now", Paul said. "They have tremendous problems". I do worry a little more about Donald Trump and the main reason I do is I believe he wants more power to come to him and he'll take care of us all if we just give him power. "He'll cut a deal with the lobbyist.' He said, 'Cruz, he scares the heck out of me'".

More troops needed against Taliban in south
Ashton Carter visited eastern Nangahar province in December and discussed the growing Islamic State presence there with Gen. Campbell, the commander of USA and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation forces in Afghanistan.