Watch: Trump Goes Head-To-Head With Lib Heckler – Shows EXACTLY How It’s Done

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump made quick work of a heckler at his sold out rally in New Hampshire. Appearing rather comfortable taking questions from the crowd, Trump followed his speech with an open mic session.

“I’m from Southern California,” began one woman. Trump interrupted her and crassly asked, “You live in Southern California.  What are you doing here?” The Trump rally was being held in New Hampshire. “Are you a liberal democrat by any chance?” Trump questioned. The next question was momentarily inaudible but seemed to reference illegal immigrants. The volume came up and she continued, “They do work that no one else wants to do and for a lot less.”

Trump again called her out, “Who told you to be here, Bernie?”  “No, no, this is a Bernie plant.”

Trump got a little help from other audience members but he stopped them by saying, “We don’t need help with these kinds of people.”

“Oh, illegal immigrants are the backbone of our country?” Trump, in a sarcastic tone stated, “I don’t think so, darling … They’re not the backbone,” Trump concluded.

Trump then countered the woman’s contention by saying, “You know what the backbone of our country [is]? People that came here, and they came here legally. People that came here to this country legally, and they worked their ass off, and they made this country great.  That’s the backbone.” The crowd broke out in applause to Trump’s comments.

One of Donald Trump’s campaign benchmark promises is to build a border wall between the United States and Mexico to stop what he says is the flow of illegal immigrants, drugs, crime, and to prevent the security threat the porous border causes.

Breaking: Latest New Hampshire Poll Shows Big Change In A Matter Of Days

A new NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist New Hampshire primary poll published on Friday confirms that Sen. Marco Rubio picked up strong momentum coming out of Iowa, while Donald Trump maintains a commanding lead.

Trump garners 30 percent support in the latest poll, which is consistent with a pre-Iowa poll last week, when he was at 31 percent. Meanwhile, Rubio moved into second place, up 6 points, and Sen. Ted Cruz gained three points from the previous poll, but dropped into third place with 15 percent support.

Additionally, Ohio Gov. John Kasich lost a point, now registering at 10 percent, and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush gained a point coming in at 9 percent.

Image Credit: NBC News

Image Credit: NBC News

The new poll is consistent with a WHDH/UMass Lowell poll reported on by Western Journalism on Thursday. That poll also showed Rubio moving into second place with 15 percent ahead of Cruz at 14 percent, while Donald Trump led the pack at 36 percent. Governors Jeb Bush and John Kasich, who have spent a lot of time in New Hampshire, polled 8 and 7 percent, respectively. 

The NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll shows that “Rubio’s support is still fluid, however, as 13 percent of his supporters say they could still change their mind. Only 6 percent of Trump and Cruz supporters say they might change their mind,” Breitbart reports

Trump leads the field among voters who identify themselves as “moderate” or “conservative” and surprisingly even has a four point edge over Cruz and five point lead over Rubio with white evangelicals at 24 percent.

Cruz enjoys a strong lead with “very conservative” voters (44 percent) over both Trump and Rubio, though that block of voters makes up just 17 percent of the electorate in the Granite State.

Video: Dana Loesch Goes Nuclear… Leaves One GOP Candidate Crippled

As Donald Trump’s post-Iowa attacks on caucus winner Ted Cruz continue, the billionaire presidential candidate continues to receive harsh criticism from those who believe his rhetoric is — and has been — far too incendiary.

Even the typically left-leaning panel on ABC’s The View recently defended Cruz, along with the entire nation of Canada, against recent barbs emanating from either the Trump campaign or the candidate’s own lips.

In a recent discussion with TheBlaze founder Glenn Beck, popular conservative commentator Dana Loesch shared her exasperation over Trump’s campaign trail antics.

“I’m at my limit with Trump,” Loesch said, “because I just don’t think calling somebody a bimbo, or suggesting they’re a bimbo, or suggesting they’re sold out, or suggesting they’ve committed fraud is substitute for intelligent dissent.”

While she told Beck she has thus far been “incredibly cool” about Trump’s vitriolic rhetoric, Loesch said we are now at “level ridiculous.”

Beck chimed in with a conversation he had with his wife, who told him Trump is “officially a total joke now that he’s calling for a recount” of Monday’s caucus.

“He’s the equivalent of Kim Kardashian in American politics,” Loesch shot back. “We’re looking at the Kardashian candidate.”

Borrowing Jeb Bush’s campaign line, she referred to Trump as “a chaos candidate who’s been all over the board on every single issue.”

Those who insist he is a principled conservative in spite of evidence to the contrary, Loesch charged, “are lying to themselves.”

To watch Loesch’s comments, click here.

Fox News Just Made A Huge Announcement About Megyn Kelly That’ll Ruffle Trump’s Feathers

After admitting he “probably would have done a little better” in this week’s Iowa caucus if he had not boycotted the only debate held in the state, GOP front-runner Donald Trump is still licking his wounds from a second-place finish in the first-in-the-nation presidential contest. His decision to skip the event came after Fox News Channel anchor Megyn Kelly was slated to return as one of the debate moderators.

While Trump blamed Fox News Channel’s supposedly unfair treatment of his campaign, days before blowing off the debate, he said on CNN that Kelly would be a primary reason he would boycott.

“I don’t like her,” he said bluntly. “She doesn’t treat me fairly. I’m not a big fan of hers at all.”

He went on to call Kelly “very biased,” asserting that he would pull out of the event if he got the inkling that he would be “treated unfairly.”

According to a recent Fox News report, Trump might soon be making the same decision. Kelly, the nation’s leading cable news outlet confirmed, will be making her third moderating appearance of the 2016 race on March 3. The debate, which will take place in Detroit, will feature the same lineup of moderators — Kelly, Bret Baier and Chris Wallace — as the previous two events hosted by the network.

WOW: Donald Trump Just Broke A 42 Yr-Old Record That Is Going To Terrify His Rivals…

A Donald Trump rally in Little Rock, Arkansas, Wednesday night broke an attendance record that had stood for more than 40 years.

More than 11,500 came out to hear Trump at the Barton Coliseum, eclipsing the venue’s 1974 record set by the rock group ZZ Top.

The billionaire candidate was nearly two hours late to the rally, due to engine problems with his private Boeing 757 airplane. Trump’s pilots made a safe landing in Nashville, where the candidate chartered a private plane to continue on to Little Rock, the Daily Mail reported.

Shortly into his remarks, Trump spoke about the Iowa Caucus results saying, “Actually, I think I came in first.” He then added, “Oh, that voter fraud. These politicians are brutal…They are a bunch of dishonest cookies, I’m telling you.”

Trump’s reference was to the controversy that emerged following the Iowa caucuses regarding an email the Cruz campaign sent to its precinct captains throughout the state before voting began.

As reported by Western Journalism, the email read “Breaking News” and strongly suggested that Ben Carson was leaving the race, saying he was not going to New Hampshire and was about to make a “major announcement.” It further instructed, “Please inform any Carson caucus goers of this news and urge them to caucus for Ted Cruz.” (see below)

Karl Rove did the simple math regarding Trump’s claim that he won Iowa and agreed the populous candidate may well have, if not for the suspect Cruz email.

They sent this to their nearly 1,500 precinct captains,” Rove told Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly Wednesday night. “Why does that matter? Well the gap between Donald Trump and Ted Cruz is 6,239 votes. There are 1,500 precincts.  Do the math. If that cost Carson four votes per precinct to switch to Cruz, then Cruz beats Trump. If he doesn’t switch four, then he loses.”

O’Reilly agreed the Cruz campaign’s actions were unacceptable. “I’m upset because Carson got jobbed,” O’Reilly said. “This isn’t what our democracy is supposed to be. This was used to damage a campaign, in which Carson’s spent a lot of money and time. I’m not rooting for Carson. I would do this for Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders. This is wrong.” 

As reported by Western Journalism, Trump still enjoys a commanding lead going into Tuesday’s primary in New Hampshire with 36 percent, while Sen. Marco Rubio has surged 7 points since Monday moving ahead of Ted Cruz, 15 to 14 percent.

h/t: Gateway Pundit