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    The more outrageous the claim, the bigger the bump in the polls? Presidential candidates Donald Trump, Ben Carson and Carly Fiorina have each made eyebrow-raising statements yet continue to gain ground on their competitors. Find out what gave them a boost in numbers. Nicole L. Cvetnic / McClatchy

Presidential candidates said what?

The more outrageous the claim, the bigger the bump in the polls? Presidential candidates Donald Trump, Ben Carson and Carly Fiorina have each made eyebrow-raising statements yet continue to gain ground on their competitors. Find out what gave them a boost in numbers. Nicole L. Cvetnic / McClatchy