New Hampshire

By: Curtis on February 8, 2016
Chris Christie said he would be willing to negotiate with Russia on de-alerting nuclear weapons, provided the Russians were negotiating in good faith. He said nuclear proliferation--and he mentioned the Iran deal unfavorably--is a bigger problem.
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By: Judy Elliott on February 8, 2016
Reversing his endorsement of de-alerting February 2, Gov. Kasich told me he doesn't believe U.S. nuclear missiles are on hair-trigger alert. He needs to read up.
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By: Elizabeth Ropp on February 7, 2016
I asked Jeb Bush about nuclear weapons. He did not like it when I held on during a hand shake.
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By: Judy Elliott on February 7, 2016
On February 7 in Bedford, Senator Marco Rubio echoed his earlier statement endorsing the Pentagon’s plans to transfer massive amounts of money into nuclear weapons spending.
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By: Hector Salamanca Arroyo on February 6, 2016
When I asked Governor Gilmore about the issue of the defense industry corporations influencing our political process, he stated we should have more disclosure when it comes to lobbying.
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By: Kevin Rutledge on February 6, 2016
Marco Rubio ignored a question on Pentagon contractors and banning the revolving door because he said I keep asking him this question.
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By: Elias Tyrrel-Walker on February 4, 2016
I asked Ted Cruz what specific steps he would take to prevent corporate cronyism under his administration. While he applauded my question, he did not provide any particular strategies to reduce corruption.
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By: Betsy on February 3, 2016
By: Olivia Zink on February 3, 2016
In response to a question about the proposed nuclear weapons build up an Eisenhower's military-industrial-complex warning, Marco Rubio said times are different than in Eisenhower's day, when he thinks the Soviet Union had a strategic nuclear advantage of the USA. Now, he said, we are in danger of falling behind the Russians and Chinese and need to build more weapons, including nuclear weapons. He said there is a need for more competition among weapons suppliers to the Pentagon and other procurement reforms.
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By: Judy on February 3, 2016
Asked if he would follow Ronald Reagan's example and negotiate nuclear arms reductions, Ted Cruz called Vladimir Putin "a KGB thug" said we could only negotiate with Russia from a position of strength. He again said elimination of nuclear weapons would require magic, but said we might be able to work with Russia to reduce the nuclear threat from Iran (a country that has no nuclear weapons).
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By: Olivia Zink on February 2, 2016
Ted Cruz likes to emphasize his opposition to the "Washington Cartel." Olivia asked him if that includes the military-industrial-complex, to which Cruz responded by opposing "wasteful projects."
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