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: exaggerationsee definition - stretching the truth, to make something seem more powerful or meaningful than it actually is.
: The "Disney workers" are actually two (2) laid off Disney workers that publicly endorsed Trump.[1]
: euphemismsee definition - replacing accurate language that may be offensive with language that is more palatable, to instill a positive association.
: The term "expanding choice" to describe privatization schemes that divert U.S. taxpayer dollars meant for the public sector to the private sector.
: trying to save itsee definition - advocating for cutting a social program under the guise of trying to save it, rather than pushing to adequately fund it.
: government is the problemsee definition - slogan that promotes reducing government regulations and/or diverting public funds to the private sector.
: the outsidersee definition - a Washington insider portraying him or herself as a Washington outsider and crusading against it.
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: demonizingsee definition - characterizing a group or those who support an opposing viewpoint as threatening, immoral, or less than human.
: Muslims.
: enough with political correctnesssee definition - rebranding the voicing of of racism, bigotry, and xenophobia as just telling it like it is.
: demonizingsee definition - characterizing a group or those who support an opposing viewpoint as threatening, immoral, or less than human.
: Muslims.
: anti-intellectualismsee definition - celebrating simple-mindedness and denigrating intellectuals or those with professional credentials as being idealistic, naive, or arrogant.
: saber-rattlingsee definition - making nonspecific threats of consequences to intimidate an adversary and/or impress an audience.
: Kasich threatens China with taking out their systems, not putting up with Putin's nonsense, and making the rest of the world take notice.
: half truthsee definition - a statement that is essentially true, but lacking critical information and presented as the whole truth.
: Cruz mentions Obama sending back the bust of Churchill, without mentioning it was on loan and was just being returned to the UK.[8]
: honor by associationsee definition - championing public symbols that carry respect, authority, sanction, and prestige to assume the respect, authority, sanction, and prestige of those symbols.
: The police.
: the outsidersee definition - a Washington insider portraying him or herself as a Washington outsider and crusading against it.
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: it's a disgracesee definition - giving the impression that something has the universal disapproval of everyone, while providing no evidence that it does.
: projectionsee definition - accusing an opponent of using the same underhanded tactics or committing the same misdeeds the accuser is guilty of.
: Cruz rebukes other politicians for taking money from lobbyists and special interests, when much of his financial backing comes from lobbyists and special interests.[13]
: fault as virtuesee definition - technique where a weakness is presented as a strength, by focusing on any positive aspect of it.
: Trump characterizes his aptitude at exploiting the system to his own benefit as a quality that makes him the person best suited to fix the system.

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References
4. "Ted Cruz Didn't Flip on Ethanol Yesterday". National Review. Published: January 07, 2016.

5. "John Kasich: 'I took the state of Ohio from an $8 billion hole "". Politifact. Published: August 05, 2015.

7. "Fact-checking the 12th GOP debate". The Washington Post. Published: March 11, 2016.

8. "FactChecking the 12th GOP Debate". FactCheck.org. Published: March 11, 2016.

10. "Trump Again Calls Protesters 'Violent' With No Evidence". Time. Published: March 11, 2016.

11. "Trump asks crowd to raise hands, pledge to vote for him". CNN.com. Published: March 05, 2016.

12. "Republican Primary Results". CNN Politics. Published: December 31, 2016.

13. "Billionaire donors aided Ted Cruz's rise in 2016 race". CBS News. Published: January 25, 2016.

14. "Ted Cruz's outsider claims belie his political insider past". AP News. Published: January 08, 2016.