FLORENCE, SC - FEBRUARY 5: People shout for the attention of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump at a campaign rally February 5, 2016 in Florence, South Carolina. Sean Rayford/Getty Images/AFP
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Donald Trump and Marco Rubio could be top targets for rivals' fire Saturday when seven Republican White House hopefuls take the stage in New Hampshire for their eighth debate, just days before the state's high-stakes primary.Trump and Rubio have taken flak from competitors as candidates launched an all-out offensive across New Hampshire.Bush and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie also went after Rubio.Rubio finished third in Iowa Monday, behind U.S. Senator Ted Cruz of Texas and Trump.A new Suffolk University/Boston Globe poll found Trump leading in New Hampshire with 29 percent, followed by Rubio and Kasich.
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