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Trump, Carson top new NBC/Wall Street Journal poll. Huckawho?

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click to enlarge CRUNCHED: New poll shows Mike Huckabee at rear of pack for GOP nomination, despite his increasingly wild anti-gay message, including anger at rainbow Doritos. - ABC NEWS
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  • CRUNCHED: New poll shows Mike Huckabee at rear of pack for GOP nomination, despite his increasingly wild anti-gay message, including anger at rainbow Doritos.

Benji is filling in for me today, but I checked e-mail and couldn't help but note a new national poll on the Republican presidential race. NBC/WSJ puts it at Trump, 21; Carson, 20, Rubio, 11, and Fiorina, 11.

It's not over until it's over, but I am gratified that Mike Huckabee's all-homophobia-all-the-time campaign (in addition to Kim Davis heroics he's going after Frito-Lay over its rainbow Doritos) doesn't seem to be doing much for the Florida tax fugitive.

The polling put Huckabee at a solid 10th, with support of 2 percent of those polled. He'd been as high as 9 percent in June. You think Fox will want him back?


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