Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump (L) speaks with Marco Rubio (R) during the CBS News Republican Presidential Debate in Greenville, South Carolina, February 13, 2016. / AFP / JIM WATSON
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Donald Trump, his face red with emotion, lashed out at rivals Jeb Bush and Ted Cruz Saturday at the most acrimonious debate to date between Republican presidential candidates, shouting insults and casting aside a pledge to be more measured.Cruz and fellow Senator Marco Rubio also took pointed jabs at each other over illegal immigration.Trump was quickly goaded when Bush criticized Trump's past statements that Russia has a role to play in Syria."A big, fat mistake," said Trump, noting that the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks had also occurred on Bush's watch.Bush, who has wilted in the past under assault from Trump, stood firm this time.Trump also was drawn into a fight with Cruz over whether the real estate developer is sufficiently conservative. Trump called himself a "common-sense conservative," which Cruz dismissed.Cruz and Rubio renewed their battle over who is the toughest on illegal immigration with Cruz insisting that the Florida senator, as part of a Gang of Eight senators who sought a compromise on legislation in 2013, was for "amnesty" but now is against it for political purposes.
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