What We’re Reading October 30, 2015

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading, Friday, October 30, 2015.

Trending: Obama Forgot He is No Longer President, Shows Up at G20 Summit

There might be 14 GOP candidates who haven’t yet dropped out… but there are really only 6 left in the actual race.

CNBC’s really bad debate night. The GOP debate on CNBC was supposed to solve some election problems but it may have just made the whole process more confusing!

CNBC’s John Harwood LIED about Marco Rubio’s Tax Plan… and yes, we do mean LIED. He had already been corrected about Rubio’s tax plan weeks earlier and had acknowledged his error… but then during the debate he repeated the misinformation.

A data based look at the presidential race proves that Dr. Ben Carson has a real chance at winning both the nomination and the following election.

Evangelicals have begun to walk away from Donald Trump as they continue to learn more about how different from them he really is.

Evangelical leaders, as it turns out, loathe Trump. World magazine’s survey of more than 100 evangelical leaders in September found them favoring Marco Rubio first, then Ted Cruz, then Carly Fiorina. In that survey, only 1 percent of leaders named Trump as their first choice. That’s the same percentage of the leaders that favored Hillary Clinton, and fewer than picked Jim Webb.

The 24 hours that may have sunk Chris Christie.

Bernie Sanders and his campaign team have a plan for defeating Hillary Clinton, something they truly believe they can do.

The influence of celebrities on our political process has been overwhelmingly negative and unimaginably corrosive.

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