Which animal would you like to see in the next President of the United States?
The presidential race between former Massachusetts Gov.
Mitt Romney and President-elect Donald Trump is heating up.
Here’s a look at the top 10 candidates: Romney: 9.8% Trump: 8.6% Johnson: 8% Cruz: 7.3% Sanders: 6.6%-7.2% Johnson is the most popular candidate on the ballot, with 7.6%, according to a recent CNN poll.
And while Johnson is a little behind the Trump and Trump is the closest challenger to Johnson, Johnson leads the two on the field of Republican candidates.
Johnson leads Trump, with 37% of the vote to Trump’s 27%.
The rest of the field is in the mid-to-high 20s, with 11.7% each, according to CNN.
Johnson has a few other qualities that make him a potential president, according the poll: He’s a businessman, who says he would be the best president to rebuild the country.
He’s also the only one of the candidates who has a net worth above $1 billion.
Johnson is also a self-made businessman, and has been the beneficiary of his business savvy and entrepreneurial spirit.
He was a graduate of Dartmouth College and received a master’s degree in business management from the University of Chicago.
He and his wife, Ann, have two daughters, Ann Ann (who is also president of the Johnson & Johnson Company) and Ann-Sue.
Johnson also owns the Boston Red Sox baseball team and is a major donor to the presidential campaigns of both the Democrats and Republicans.
Johnson’s campaign website features a photo of him with his wife and daughters, and lists him as a member of the “Big 6.”
And the two have raised a combined $4.6 million for their campaigns so far, according.
Johnson said he has the support of more than 80,000 donors who are supporting his candidacy, including the billionaire brothers Charles and David Koch, as well as more than 3,400 corporations, unions and foundations.
Johnson says he is not the only billionaire to back his campaign.
A billionaire hedge fund manager, Tom Steyer, also has endorsed Trump.
Other major contributors are former Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, and a host of celebrities.
Johnson did not release his financial disclosure statements for the past six years, but his campaign website lists his net worth as $2.5 billion.
He has $2 million in assets, including his business empire.
The presidential campaign of former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney is heating with an increasing number of candidates vying to be the next president of United States.
(The Washington Post) The presidential election in 2016 was a historic event in American politics, with a presidential candidate who had the potential to be an unlikely leader of a major political party.
But in the process, it became clear that there are many candidates vying for the same voters, who want someone who will be tough on crime, who will keep the U.S. from going down the road of a global financial meltdown.
And, for the most part, they do not have a clear plan for handling the issues that impact them most deeply.
In fact, many candidates in the Republican presidential primary are proposing policies that are completely out of step with what the country needs right now.
The top candidates in this year’s presidential race, and those who could win the nomination, are Mitt Romney, Donald Trump, Ben Carson, Ted Cruz, and Johnson.
Below is a look back at the 10 most popular presidential candidates in recent memory: 1.
Mitt Trump Donald Trump.
A businessman who has had a successful business career, including a stint as CEO of a $500 million company, and who is the largest individual contributor to the Republican Party.
Trump has a reputation as a “businessman for real estate,” but he has also worked for veterans groups, has called for “open borders” and said he would do away with the Internal Revenue Service.
In 2015, he became the first billionaire in U.N. history to win a presidential primary election, defeating Democrat Bernie Sanders.
He also holds a networth of more, at $3.8 billion, according CNN.
Trump says he wants to get rid of regulations and make America great again.
Trump’s most significant policy ideas have been to reduce taxes, cut spending and privatize government.
He says he’s also committed to making the U:s “greatest job creator ever,” which he says would be a job-killing corporate tax cut, which would create about 2.7 million jobs.
The president-elect also opposes the Affordable Care Act, which Trump said would cause health insurance premiums to skyrocket and that he would repeal if elected.
Trump and other candidates have also criticized the Affordable Health Care Act.
The health care law is an Obamacare-style insurance law that allows millions of Americans to obtain health insurance coverage.
Trump said he believes in “market-based solutions” that would allow insurance companies to offer more affordable coverage, which