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  • “While Jeb Bush is a smart man and comes from a great family, I think the only dynasty that the grass roots supports is ‘Duck Dynasty,’” said Tea Party Express Chair Amy Kremer, alluding to the popular reality show, which saw one of its stars, Phil Robertson, become a household name after he was suspended last year from the show for sharing his unfiltered opinion in an interview on sin, gays and the Jim Crow South.

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  • "While the GOP establishment is so focused on picking the next GOP nominee, we are focusing on taking back the U.S. Senate with conservative reinforcements for Sens. Cruz and [Mike] Lee" of Utah, she said.

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