Which GOP Candidate Will Get $1 Billion From the Koch Brothers?

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    The Koch brothers, Charles and David, are set to throw big money behind one of the GOP candidates early next year. A few months ago, it was speculated that candidate would be Scott Walker. But with Walker dropping out of the presidential race, who will get the prize?

    David Koch on Marco Rubio
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    The NY Daily News says that Marco Rubio will most likely be the recipient of the nearly $1 billion contribution. A political insider revealed that David Koch had “nothing but nice things” to say about Rubio, and agrees with him on the important issues.

    “When he’s asked publicly, he says he hasn’t made a decision yet,” said the insider. “They’re waiting to see how Rubio does in the polls.”

    Click through the gallery below to see where Rubio and many of the other GOP candidates stand on the issues Americans care about.


    Donald Trump

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    Ben Carson

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    Ted Cruz

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    Marco Rubio

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    Scott Walker

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    Jeb Bush

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    Rand Paul

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    Mike Huckabee

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    Carly Fiorina

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