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Iowa Forecast Predicts Frigid Caucus Night with Below-Zero Temperatures

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The freezing temperatures in Iowa could impact the Republican caucus, potentially benefiting front runner Donald Trump or discouraging attendance from pro-Trump Iowans.

Trump is leading in Iowa, New Hampshire, and South Carolina by significant margins.

He has criticized Nikki Haley, his main opponent, and emphasized the importance of preventing establishment Republicans from regaining power. (Trending: Clintons Scramble To Delete Embarrassing Photo, But Were Too Slow)

Trump said, “Nikki Haley has been in the pocket of the open borders establishment donors her entire career, and she’s a globalist. She likes the globe.”

“Haley’s campaign is being funded by Biden donors. Did you know that?” Trump asked the audience. “Biden donors,” emphasized the former president.

“We fought long and hard to rescue the Republican Party from the likes of Mitt Romney, Karl Rove, Paul Ryan,” recalled Trump.

“There’s no chance we’re going to let them [RINOs] claw their way back into power,” he insisted.

Haley is focusing on New Hampshire, the second GOP primary state on the calendar.

“The structure of [the primary] is really amazing. Iowa starts it. You change personalities; you go into New Hampshire,” she explained.

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