Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL), former presidential candidate, did something Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) was unable to do in good conscience. Breitbart.com reported that Marco Rubio endorsed business executive/reality TV star Donald Trump for president. Show More Summary
A group of hero gays confronted that cowardly twerp Marco Rubio about how he has more respect for the rights of guns than the rights of gays, and we couldn’t be more proud. Rubio was hosting some kind of town hall on Tuesday about helping the businesses that were impacted by the Pulse shooting. (Apparently business tends to be slow [...]
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) didn't appear in person at this week's 2016 Republican National Convention, but he offered some remarks via satellite,...
Republican National Convention 2016 live updates: Mike Pence takes the stage as vice presidential nominee July 20, 2016, 2:46 p.m. What to know about the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, which is in its third day:• Watch Day 3 of the convention live with us.• What's coming up tonight:...
Wednesday was the third day of the Republican National Convention. Rick Scott, Scott Walker, Ted Cruz (who did not endorse Trump), Marco Rubio, and other dudes who wished it was there convention finally appeared. Social media continued to watch, mouth agape, as the 2016 RNC continued to break all historical norms. Show More Summary
Protesters in Orlando criticized Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) on Tuesday night for not supporting tighter gun safety regulations, the Orlando Sentinel reported. A group of about 30 demonstrators disrupted Rubio’s visit to some businesses near the Pulse nightclub, where 49 people were killed in a...
The Florida senator is scheduled to speak at the Republican National Convention tonight.
A gay man confronted Marco Rubio at an event near the Pulse LGBT nightclub in Orlando as the Florida Senator attended an event to assist business traffic in the area following the mass shooting, the Orlando Sentinel reports: “I’m really angry a… Read The post Orlando Pulse Protester Confronts Marco Rubio: ‘You Have Blood On Your Hands’ appeared first on Towleroad.
Wednesday speakers include Newt Gingrich, Eric Trump, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Laura Ingraham, Scott Walker, and Pam Bondi.
As of Tuesday evening, Donald Trump is officially the Republican Party's presidential nominee. The delegate vote count was: 1,725 Trump, 475 Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, 120 Ohio Gov. John Kasich, 114 Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, seven Ben Carson, three Jeb Bush, and two Kentucky Sen. Show More Summary
Protester confronts Marco Rubio about gun control and his lack of support of the LGBTQ community.
Republican Sen. Rob Portman of Ohio spent this week building houses with Habitat for Humanity, motivating young campaign volunteers and kayaking with wounded veterans on the Cuyahoga River. Sen. Marco Rubio was home in Florida, stumping for votes before investigating mold contamination in a federal...
So here’s the rundown for the DC delegation: In March, Senator Marco Rubio won DC, garnering 10 of the 19 delegates. Governor John Kasich was awarded 9. With that in mind, there are some more than a little upset at why all delegates were handed to Donald Trump, who won none of the delegates in March. Show More Summary
As Republicans gathered in Cleveland to nominate Donald Trump, some of his critics had other plans. Former rival Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, now running for re-election, spent the day in Fort Myers, Florida, talking about algae blooms that have threatened the state’s waterways. Visited Ft. Myers this morning to discuss water and algae problems in…
Democratic Florida Congressman and Senate candidate Alan Grayson is known for his fiery and controversial style, so his keynote at the kickoff of the 2016 Netroots Nation Conference was relatively subdued by comparison. However, Grayson...Show More Summary
[guest post by JVW] Both Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio have pieces up on National Review Online marking the one-year anniversary of President Obama’s disastrous deal with the mullas in Iran. As expected, neither Senator is particularly impressed with the progress that has been made in “containing” Iranian ambitions: Senator Cruz: [...] one […]
Three new Quinnipiac polls show good news for Republicans trying to hang on to control of the U.S. Senate: Florida: Sen. Marco Rubio (R) 50%, Rep. Patrick Murphy (D) 37% Ohio: Sen. Rob Portman (R) 47%, Gov. Ted Strickland (D) [...]
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) questioned Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s recent criticism of presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump, suggesting she might not be impartial to cases involving a President Trump. How can...Show More Summary
Millionaire real-estate developer Carlos Beruff's repeated attacks on Sen. Marco Rubio could hobble the incumbent in the fall.