Florida Sen. Marco Rubio promised to play hard in the Iowa caucuses and said that it was time for a fresh face to lead the U.S.
Presidential hopefuls Marco Rubio and Scott Walker exchanged fire over foreign policy in Iowa on Saturday, hours before the two are scheduled to appear together at a Faith and Freedom Coalition summit outside of Des Moines. SpeakingShow More Summary
This week we found out that Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, a fervent defender of "traditional marriage," is courting gay donors in Manhattan Penthouses. Meanwhile, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, an avowed true believer in border security first, is wooing pro-immigration reform billionaires in Florida. Show More Summary
Fox News' #Outnumbered four female hosts were shocked to the core when their #OneLuckyGuy guest Dog the Bounty Hunter chose Hillary Clinton for president, "Dog," said he is a Republican, but when asked about rising Marco Rubio and the Republican field he said he only trusted the dynamic duo of the Clintons. Asked what he thought of Sen. Show More Summary
CBS’ “Face the Nation with Bob Schieffer” was the top rated Sunday public affairs program in both total viewers and the key A25-54 demo on April 19. Interviews with Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV), and former Gov. Martin...Show More Summary
Presidential candidates Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) have the two highest rates of missed votes in the Senate, a Huffington Post analysis shows. Cruz has the highest percentage of total missed votes with 10.4 percent, while Rubio comes in second with 8.2 percent, according to HuffPost's analysis of data compiled by GovTrack. Show More Summary
By Richard BarryEarlier I made a dismissive remark about Marco Rubio to the extent that I was having a difficult time imagining him as the GOP presidential nomininee. Instead, I think Jeb Bush the most likely winner although believeShow More Summary
Sen. Marco Rubio vs. Hillary Clinton in 2016’s presidential race? Maybe, according to two new polls leading up to election day 2016, which is only about 563 days, 15 hours, 18 minutes and er, 5 seconds away. Give or take. Read more....
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — He's offering himself as a new generation of leader, but Sen. Marco Rubio is still respecting an old presidential campaign tradition: courting caucus goers in the kickoff state of Iowa. On Saturday, Rubio will also meet privately with business leaders and lawmakers and plans to appear at an ice cream social hosted by Republican state Sen. Jack Whitver. [...]Show More Summary
Harry Enten: “What makes Rubio strong isn’t his polling surge, but that he is well-liked across the party apparatus. He pulls in conservatives with his voting record and moderates with his impressive 2010 Senate victory in Florida, a crucial battleground [...]
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Marco Rubio lacks the experience to be president and Jeb Bush is a brilliant man ready for the job. So said Marco Rubio. Continue reading ? The post Not long ago, Rubio questioned his readiness for presidency appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Marco Rubio is leading the Republican field and polls as the best chance Republicans have to defeat Hillary Clinton according to a Quinnipiac poll. The results of the poll were released on Thursday, and included all likely presidential candidates from the Republican and Democratic parties. Rubio scored the highest amongst Republican, or Republican leaning, primary [...]
Marco Rubio had changed his mind. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
This is a slightly edited version of a post I posted here yesterday afternoon. —- Okay, so all you politics obsessives probably heard about a comment Martin O’Malley made to PBS Morning Edition host Steve Innskeep during an interview earlier this week, in response to a question about Marco Rubio’s claims about “active government.” Here’s the exchange: […]
Marco Rubio is the latest Republican to get a modest horse race poll bounce, but will it last? Support for same sex marriage hits another new high. And Chris Christie has a bad week. This is HuffPollster for Friday, April 24, 2015. Presidential aspirants can get poll "bounces" when they announce their candidacies, and Sen. Show More Summary
Presidential candidate Marco Rubio recently said that despite his long history opposing marriage equality, he would consider attending a same-sex wedding.
And it's not just him. The entire 2016 field is cozying up to billionaires for a chance at winning the White House
In just three weeks, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) has managed to rise from seventh place in a Fox News poll of potential Republican presidential candidates all the way up to number one. In the latest version of the poll, released Thursday, Rubio leads the field with 13%, more than any other name on the list.
More than other 2016 presidential entrants Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., seems to have positively affected, even excited, Republicans. Ross Douthat writes, "Rubio more than most candidates fits the way most Republicans want to think about their party and ideology and cause." There is much to that,...