Sunday, February 21, 2016

'This country needs an enema' says Kelly Raucci a 38-year-old private investigator and Donald Trump supporter from Charleston S.C.

“This country needs an enema; This WORLD needs an enema!” Kelly Raucci, a 38-year-old private investigator and Donald Trump supporter from Charleston, S.C. declared as she headed into a Trump rally at a convention center in North Charleston Friday night. This is the famous line that The Joker, played by Jack Nicholson, shouts in the 1989 movie “Batman.” “We need to shake everything up. Politics and politicians have ruined it all. Nobody in the world respects us. Trump says what is on people’s minds and can get things done. He’s a businessman who knows how to help business, said Kelly Raucci.”

COLUMBIA, S.C. —Donald Trump won the South Carolina primary on Saturday night, sustaining his position as the front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination. Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida appeared to have very narrowly defeated Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas for second place. Voters delivered a devastating verdict to former Florida governor Jeb Bush, scion of a political dynasty with deep roots in this state. Bush came in well behind the top three, not even passing 10 percent after he and his family made an impassioned last stand in South Carolina and his allied super PAC spent millions of dollars on advertising. Bush announced he would suspend his campaign in remarks to supporters Saturday night, calling on Republican voters to nominate “someone who will serve with honor and with decency.” Speaking to his supporters moments after Bush dropped out of the race, Trump mocked political pundits who have predicted that a winnowed field could prove fatal to his candidacy. “They don’t understand: As people drop out, I’m going to get a lot of those votes also,” he said. “You don’t just add them together.”

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