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Julian Castro Fails To Qualify For Debates

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Julian Castro Fails To Qualify For Debates

Julian Castro Fails To Qualify For Debates

Julian Castro has failed to qualify for the next DNC Presidential debates.

Fox News reports that Castro's campaign is in a tail spin.

He has slammed the DNC and the U.S. political system for the decision to have Iowa and New Hampshire as early primary states.

Castro is polling miserably in Iowa and new Hampshire.

Julian has also had to lay off staff in New Hampshire and South Carolina.

Political pundits wonder how much loner Castro will stay in the race.

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