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7:20 PM ET, March 13, 2016


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Marist Poll:
3/13: Trump Ahead in FL, IL... Kasich Up in OH... Clinton Ahead in FL, IL, and OH  —  In the Republican presidential primary contests in Florida and Illinois, businessman Donald Trump exhibits continued strength in his bid for the GOP nomination.  Trump is also a strong second in Ohio behind the state's popular governor, John Kasich.
Discussion: Politico, Naked Politics and RedState
Rebecca Savransky / The Hill:
Trump cancels Florida rally to hold event in Ohio  —  Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump  —  has postponed his Monday night rally scheduled in Florida and will instead hold an event in Ohio.  —  Trump was planning to hold an event Monday night at Trump National Doral.
Discussion: Political Wire
Mark Murray / NBC News:
Polls: Trump Ahead in Florida, Illinois; Kasich Leads in Ohio  —  Donald Trump leads the Republican presidential field in the March 15 primary states of Florida and Illinois, while John Kasich holds the edge in his home state of Ohio, according to three new NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist polls.
Matt Flegenheimer / New York Times:
My Candidate, Right or Wrong: Ted Cruz on Possible Trump Nomination
Discussion: RedState
Caleb Howe / RedState:
TRUMP LOSES: Your Complete Saturday Voting Results and Delegate Count Guide
Discussion: Allen B. West and The Resurgent
Associated Press:
The Latest: Sanders Releases Plan to Fight HIV/AIDS
Discussion: ABC News and Politico
Julia Hahn / Breitbart:   Jeff Sessions to GOP: Time to Unite Behind Trump, Beat Hillary
Washington Post:
Rubio wins D.C. Republican primary; edges out Kasich
Trump ends wild day on campaign trail by calling for protesters' arrests  —  Watch CNN's Democratic Town Hall, co-hosted by TV One, Sunday at 8 p.m. ET.  —  (CNN)Donald Trump on Saturday called for protesters who disrupt his rallies to be arrested, one day after altercations and protests forced …
Jenna Johnson / Washington Post:
Donald Trump demands that police arrest rally protesters
Discussion: Mashable and LawNewz
Karen Tumulty / Washington Post:
Trump has lit a fire. Can it be contained?
Jamelle Bouie / Slate:
How Trump Happened  —  It's not just anger over jobs and immigration.  White voters hope Trump will restore the racial hierarchy upended by Barack Obama.  —  “First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win,” goes the line attributed to Mahatma Gandhi.
Discussion: Hullabaloo and Talking Points Memo
Thomas Frank / Salon:
Bill Clinton's odious presidency: Thomas Frank on the real history of the '90s  —  NAFTA.  The crime bill.  Prisons.  Aides wondered if Bill knew who he was.  His legacy is sadly clear  —  Democratic presidential nominee Bill Clinton gives the thumbs up sign as he speaks to a gathering at the University of Toledo in 1992.
Discussion: Liberal Values
Daily Mail:
‘One child knelt and prayed, the other was shot dead’: Eyewitness tells how Al Qaeda terrorists singled out their victims as they gun down 16 at Ivory Coast beach resort popular with Westerners  — Gunmen were allegedly targeting a U.S. delegation led by Assistant Secretary of Commerce Marcus Jadotte
Discussion: Instapundit and Weasel Zippers
Fox News:
Gunmen storm Ivory Coast beach resort
Discussion: Weasel Zippers
Harper Neidig / The Hill:
Former GOP senator: Brokered convention will bring ‘revolution’  —  Former Sen. Al D'Amato (R-N.Y.) said on Sunday that Republicans should not try to intervene at the party's convention in order to stop Donald Trump  —  from securing the nomination, warning that doing so would cause a “revolution” in the party.
Discussion: Political Wire
New York Post:
How the $15 wage is already killing Seattle jobs  —  Attention, Gov. Cuomo: It's time to rethink your “fight for $15.”  —  Spiking the minimum wage statewide may appeal to a Democrat eyeing a future run for national office.  But it's a bad idea for New York.  —  Don't believe us?
Discussion: Hot Air
Sara Jerde / Talking Points Memo:
Trump Wants To Pay Legal Fees Of Man Who Sucker Punched Protester  —  Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said Sunday that he has instructed his team to look into paying the legal fees of the man who sucker punched a black protester.  —  Trump said he doesn't condone violence.
Discussion: Hullabaloo
Rebecca Savransky / The Hill:
Trump looking into paying legal fees of supporter seen throwing sucker punch
Associated Press:
Facing Long Primary Slog, Clinton Allies Fear Helping Trump  —  When Hillary Clinton dueled with Barack Obama for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2008, their slog eventually yielded to a largely unified party.  Obama said the process made him a stronger candidate and he later persuaded Clinton …
Discussion: Washington Post and ABC News
Beth Reinhard / Wall Street Journal:
Florida Republicans Waver Over Trump  —  FORT LAUDERDALE—"I don't think I could," said Florida Lt. Gov. and U.S. Senate candidate Carlos Lopez-Cantera, when asked if he could support Donald Trump as the Republican presidential nominee.  —  It was a candid moment at a Broward County Republican …
Discussion: Naked Politics
Ross Douthat / New York Times:
The Party Still Decides  —  POLITICAL parties are mentioned nowhere in the Constitution, and the party nominating process offers few of the protections associated with the ideal of “one man one vote.”  Voters in early states have far more influence than voters in later ones.
Discussion: Power Line
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Associated Press:
U.S.-backed Syrian rebels say al-Qaida militants have seized their bases and stolen weapons …
Discussion: Jihad Watch and Weasel Zippers
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NBC News:
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Discussion: Politicus USA and Mother Jones
Blake Neff / The Daily Caller:
AP ‘Corrects’ Trump For Saying Islam Treats Women Badly
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