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cruz-trump1-1024x536WASHINGTON – Donald Trump is coming to Washington with a message for Congress and the American people: Stop the nuclear deal with Iran.

And he will be joined by a star-studded galaxy of conservative leaders.

Appearing with the leading Republican presidential contender will be fellow candidate Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, former Gov. Sarah Palin, R-Alaska, political commentator Glenn Beck, radio talk-show host Mark Levin and many others in what promises to be a huge rally to try stop the Iran deal at the Capitol on Wednesday.

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us-capitolThirty-four Senate Democrats are now vowing to support the Iran nuclear deal, suggesting U.S. sanctions will soon end against the world’s leading sponsor of terrorism, but retired U.S. Army Lt. Gen. William “Jerry” Boykin says the fight is not over until the votes are taken and Republicans may well deserve more blame than Democrats for this deal surviving.

On Wednesday, Sen. Barbara Mikulski, D-Md., became the final vote needed to save the deal. Her announcement followed on the heels of Tuesday’s news that skeptical Democrats Bob Casey, D-Penn., and Chris Coons, D-Del., would also back the agreement.

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AP_957258042379-e1440779677186-640x480So, more thoughts on Donald Trump’s candidacy, because I can’t stop being fascinated.

You know the latest numbers. Quinnipiac University’s poll this week has Mr. Trump at a hefty 28% nationally, up from 20% in July. Public Policy Polling has Mr. Trump leading all Republicans in New Hampshire with 35%. A Monmouth University poll has him at 30% in South Carolina, followed 15 points later by Ben Carson.

Here are some things I think are happening.

One is the deepening estrangement between the elites and the non-elites in America. This is the area in which Trumpism flourishes. We’ll talk about that deeper in.

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BOSTON, MA - NOVEMBER 6: On the last campaign flight in route to Boston, Republican nominee for President Governor Mitt Romney talks to media about how he feels on election day, in Boston, Massachusetts, Tuesday, November 6, 2012. (Photo by Melina Mara/The Washington Post via Getty Images)

Republican nominee for President Governor Mitt Romney talks to media about how he feels on election day, in Boston, Massachusetts, Tuesday, November 6, 2012. (Photo by Melina Mara/The Washington Post via Getty Images)

There are reports from political insiders that Mitt Romney is considering a 2016 run for the Presidency.

Former Trump adviser Roger Stone recently sent out a tweet, regarding the rumor, stating, “With the weak performance of @JebBush my sources tell me @MittRomney is reconsidering getting in.”

Stone appeared on CNN to discuss his theory that Romney could enter the race.

“I have a very good Rolodex when it comes to the Republican Party, confirmed by a New York Times reporter who, by the way, told me this morning that she hears the same thing,” Stone told CNN’s Michael Smerconish.

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