In the latest installment of Will He, Won’t He, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio opened the door just a crack for the possibility of accepting the Republican vice presidential slot should Mitt Romney offer it to him. In an interview with CNN yesterday morning, Rubio said:
“Up to now, it’s all been theoretical,” Rubio explained, but now the party has a nominee who has begun the process of finding a running mate.
(CNN) - The wife of former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney said she and her husband have moved on from last year's election. "We don't look back," Ann Romney said in an interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer airing on the "Si... Read Post
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) is at the top of the list of potential Republican Vice Presidential nominees — but he just took his name out of the running. Speaking at The Atlantic's Washington Ideas Forum, Rubio offered a Shermanesque sta... Read Post