Former Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson gives his endorsement to Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump during a press conference at the Mar-A-Lago Club on March 11, 2016 in Palm Beach, Fl. 
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The candidate took 74 percent of the vote.

Her cause of death was ruled to be congestive heart failure.

During a press conference on Monday, the athlete was also asked indirectly about resurrected allegations of sexual assault from 20 years ago.

The president also called out America’s “free rider” allies in the wide-ranging interview. 

“Trump Must Be President” a headline from the publication read.

The “I Am Cait” star said she met the candidate prior to her transition to a woman last year and found the presidential hopeful “very nice.”

This was the candidate’s first Senate endorsement. 

The same appeals court two years ago had said the General Assembly’s actions discriminated against differing viewpoints and was unconstitutional.

“Everybody wanted his endorsement. Having his support totally gives credence to what I do,” said the candidate.

“It is very important for you to understand that for 10 years this medicine was not on WADA’s banned list and I had been legally taking the medicine. But on January the first, the rules have changed,” Sharapova explained.