No, his chances for the Republican nomination remain very low, but he's now talking about running as an independent - and if that happens, he could upend races in any number of states (even though conventional wisdom would have him taking away more votes from Republican candidates). One more thing: As you can see from this interview with the WSJ's Kelly Evans, he's very effective on the tube (nonsensical as some of his positions might be). Where's the National Enquirer?
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