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6th GOP Debate: Anyone do enough to push ahead of Trump for Iowa?

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    Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Ben Carson, Chris Christie, Jeb Bush and John Kasich, in that order. Those are the remaining GOP nominees behind Trump in the polls, and how they were so aligned in the 6th GOP debate (on either side of center stage Trump), just 18 days before the first vote in Iowa.

    SO the question is, being so close to the first caucus that kicks everything off for the Republican party presidential nominee process, do you think any one of these candidates did enough to push past Donald Trump in polling to overtake him in the Iowa caucus? If so, who do you think it was?

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    J.K.Logic Wrote: SO the question is, being so close to the first caucus that kicks everything off for the Republican party presidential nominee process, do you think any one of these candidates did enough to push past Donald Trump in polling to overtake him in the Iowa caucus? If so, who do you think it was?
    I think Iowa is Senator Cruz's to lose. Trump has hardly spent any time there and if Iowan's like anything, it's being catered to by the candidates. Cruz has built a considerable operation in Iowa and I would be very surprised if Trump wins. I may be proven wrong, but I just don't see it happening.
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    My choice is Dr. Carson if we want to leave the political stage because we just need the right man with the right ideas surrounded with the right counselor with their best advice and above all ,the one man who will uphold and will be abide by the constitution, but being realistic ,Ted Cruz have the character to lead our country the one flaw i see is his immigration policy that it does not reflect American principles and above all the christian values that he promotes so for this issue I will go with senador Rubio who seems young but his determination, character and government experience ,so in this debate he was more mature and clear in his answers.Ted was more radical and couldn't take well the challenge of confrontation that is important skill for the future president. Trump was afraid of a woman's confrontation so this alone disqualify him as a mature leader .This is just my over all opinion.