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Uncertain GOP Debate Participants Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

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another brick: GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump is in favor of finishing a massive wall separating the southern U.S. border from Mexico — and making Mexicans float the bill for its construction.

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GOP hopeful Mike Huckabee is off to Israel this week, the Iran deal on his mind. (Campaign image from Mike Huckabee)

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The struggle for Republican presidential candidate, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee to stand out in a crowded GOP field is showing up in the polls in Iowa, whose caucuses he won in 2008 due to the strength of evangelical voters. (Associated Press)

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"You bet Republicans should want [Donald] Trump to remain a GOP in the race," said one Republican pollster. "If he runs as an independent, conventional wisdom is that he will guarantee Hillary Clinton wins." (Associated Press)

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Citizens for Self-Governance leader Mark Meckler said a number of GOP 2016 presidential candidates back a balanced-budget constitutional amendment. (Associated Press)

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Illustration on a GOP plan to effectively court woman voters by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times

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The GOP Bench (Illustration by Michael Ramirez for Creators Syndicate)

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Roger Stone, top political advisor to GOP candidate Donald Trump tweeted Saturday that he 'fired Trump' after the campaign announced it had fired him. (image: screen grab from Twitter @RogerJStoneJr)

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Tim Constantine GOP Debate reaction video August 7, 2015

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Donald Trump, current Republican presidential candidate - Now leading the polls in the Republican race for the 2016 presidential nomination, Donald Trump has at one time considered himself a Democrat, an Independent and a member of the Reform Party. He has made contributions to campaigns of both Republican Party and Democratic Party candidates and was an early supporter of President Reagan. After years of talking about a run for president, he ran for the nomination of the Reform Party in 2000, winning the party's California primary. While he continues to make waves in the Republican Party, Trump has still maintained a willingness to run as an Independent if he doesn't receive the Republican nomination in 2016.

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Ted Cruz asks a question of the audience during Thursday's GOP main stage debate.

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GOP field watches as Donald Trump makes a point.

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Sen. Rand Paul makes a point during Thursday night's GOP debate.

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Seven GOP presidential candidates who didn't make the cut to be in the first prime-time debate later Thursday took to the stage for what was called the "kiddie's table" debate. (Fox News)

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Illustration on questions for the GOP debaters by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times

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Illustration on grooming tips for GOP candidates in their first televised debate by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

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The GOP hopefuls in a convivial mood following their Monday night forum in New Hampshire. (ASSOCIATED PRESS)

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Ann Coulter is being vilified on social media after she accused GOP presidential candidates of pandering to "f---ing Jews" during Thursday night's CNN debate.

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Pat Robertson, second left, the founder of Christian Broadcasting Network and the chancellor of Regent University, listens to GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney, the former governor of Massachusetts, deliver the commencement address to the 2007 graduating class of Regent University in Virginia Beach, Va., Saturday, May 5, 2007. (AP Photo/Gary C. Knapp/File)