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11:30 PM ET, February 28, 2016

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Jose A. DelReal / Washington Post:
In major blow to Ted Cruz, Sen. Jeff Sessions of Alabama endorses Donald Trump for GOP nomination  —  MADISON, Ala. — Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.), whose hard-line conservative stances on immigration and trade have made him a favorite of the party's base, endorsed Donald Trump's White House bid during …
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Philip Rucker / Washington Post:
Divisions within GOP over Trump's candidacy are growing  —  MADISON, Ala. — The implosion over Donald Trump's candidacy that Republicans had hoped to avoid arrived so virulently this weekend that many party leaders vowed never to back the billionaire and openly questioned whether the GOP could come together this election year.
Discussion: Political Wire and Politico
Elliot Smilowitz / The Hill:
Trump: Debates are a ‘waste of time’  —  Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump  —  is ready to be done with debates.  —  Trump on Friday night hinted he had thought about skipping another GOP debate, as he lamented the events as “a terrible waste of time.”  —  “Aren't these debates ridiculous, though?”
Discussion: RedState
Ian Schwartz / RealClearPolitics:
Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions Endorses Donald Trump At Huntsville Rally  —  Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Alabama) endorsed Donald Trump at a campaign rally in Huntsville Sunday evening.  Sessions ensured a “Gang of Eight” type of immigration reform bill will not will pass under Donald Trump
Eric Bradner / CNN:
Trump won't disavow support from KKK, David Duke  —  Washington (CNN)Donald Trump wouldn't disavow former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard David Duke's support for his presidential bid, saying Sunday that he knows nothing about the white supremacist leader.  —  “Just so you understand, I don't know anything about David Duke, OK?”
Eli Stokols / Politico:
Sen. Jeff Sessions endorses Trump  —  Donald Trump won another major endorsement Sunday, surprising the political world when he walked onto the stage for a rally in Madison, Ala., with Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions.  —  Two days ahead of Super Tuesday when 11 states will cast votes …
Kathy Frankovic / YouGov US Opinion Center News:
3 in 4 Republican voters now expect Trump to be the nominee  —  His level of support nationwide is also at a high-water mark  —  Winning elections helps.  Donald Trump has become an even more formidable frontrunner among Republican primary voters in the latest Economist/YouGov Poll …
Discussion: Political Wire
Kyle Cheney / Politico:
‘Cockamamie’: Kasich campaign rejects talk of brokered convention
Discussion: ABC News
Sara Jerde / Talking Points Memo:   Trump Criticizes The Republican Party: It's ‘Not Being Run Properly’
Alex Pareene / Gawker:
How We Fooled Donald Trump Into Retweeting Benito Mussolini  —  Is Donald Trump a fascist?  Experts, historians, and pundits have debated the question for months.  One thing has been certain for a while now: He tweets like one.  That's why, last year, Gawker's Ashley Feinberg created …
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David Edwards / Raw Story:
Donald Trump: ‘It would be very unfair’ to disavow KKK and David Duke until I ‘do research on them’
Caitlin Yilek / The Hill:
Trump tells Christie: ‘Get on the plane and go home’  —  told Chris Christie to “go home” after the New Jersey governor introduced the billionaire at a campaign rally in Arkansas on Saturday.  —  “Get on the plane and go home,” Trump is heard saying to Christie.
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Nicki Rossoll / ABC News:
Despite Endorsement, Chris Christie Still Disagrees With Some of Donald Trump's Policies
Kyle Cheney / Politico:
Breaking down the GOP's Super Tuesday map  —  Super Tuesday could cripple every Republican presidential candidate not named Donald Trump.  —  The best-case scenario for Trump would put him far ahead of his rivals in the race for delegates, and polls have him competitive almost everywhere that Republicans are voting.
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Jonathan Easley / The Hill:
Super Tuesday Scorecard: Big night possible for Donald Trump
Kelley King / WDTN-TV:
Pastor killed in Dayton church shooting, brother believed to be shooter  —  DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) — A Dayton pastor is dead after police said he was allegedly shot by his younger brother.  —  Family members of the two said they are in shock after what happened.
Ben Sasse / Facebook:
AN OPEN LETTER TO TRUMP SUPPORTERS  —  To my friends supporting Donald Trump:  —  The Trump coalition is broad and complicated, but I believe many Trump fans are well-meaning.  I have spoken at length with many of you, both inside and outside Nebraska.  You are rightly worried about our national direction.
Brian Stelter / CNNMoney:
Melissa Harris-Perry is out at MSNBC  —  Melissa Harris-Perry will not be back on MSNBC.  —  On Sunday morning, two days after the host's private fight with management went public, an MSNBC spokesman confirmed that the channel is “parting ways” with her.  —  Earlier in the morning …
 
 
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