Of the plethora of plays being run in presidential debates, it's hard to ignore the game and gamesmanship now surrounding Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) -- not only the plays he's run himself but the counterstrategies that have ensnared him. Show More Summary
NBC News' Gabe Gutierrez discusses what may have caused Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio to repeat his campaign speeches several times,...
A leaked email from an MSNBC producer is fueling speculation that there's more to Joe Scarborough's ongoing criticism of Sen. Marco Rubio than meets the eye.
Gov. Chris Christie said that Hilary Clinton would eat his rival Sen. Marco Rubio alive if the two were to go head-to-head in the general election, TPM reports. Said Christie: “You can’t put an amateur on the debate stage. She [...]
A tense exchange at a New Hampshire diner ended with Mr. Rubio walking away and a displeased voter calling him a “typical politician.”
Chris Matthews was on Morning Joe Monday to share his precious insight into the New Hampshire primary coming up on Tuesday. As part of his segment he was asked about how he would historically categorize Marco Rubio’s seemingly embarrassing debate performance the Saturday prior. “I put it with Blade Runner.” Matthews said.
The big question for Republicans as the good citizens of New Hampshire prepare to vote tomorrow is whether Saturday night's candidate debate fundamentally changed anything (not as fundamentally, of course, as Marco Rubio says Barack Obama wants to change America, but enough to mess up Rubio's day). A John Kasich... More »
“I thought it was really weird.” — Jeb Bush, quoted by Politico, on Sen. Marco Rubio repeating the same line many times during the last GOP debate.
After Sen. Marco Rubio got hammered in ABC's New Hampshire GOP Debate, his poll numbers began to slide: An internal poll conducted on Sunday suggests that Marco Rubio’s fumbled debate performance has damaged his prospects heading into...Show More Summary
In a less insane world, Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, and Marco Rubio’s views on climate change would be enough to scrub them right out of the race for the Republican presidential nomination. But the majority of GOP-affiliated voters in New...Show More Summary
Someone has the bigger pulpit.
BEDFORD, N.H. — Marco Rubio isn’t really a robot — he isn’t dumb or teleprompter-tied — but he is a calculating and cautious candidate, and in the mean, fast-moving 2016 primary, caution can sometimes kill. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. Show More Summary
As I watched the debate Saturday night, I couldn’t help but think of Goldman Sachs. But not for the reason you might think. When I was in my first year of business school, and interviewing for investment banking positions, the Career Services office had every first year student work up something...
Although Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) came out with a win in the Iowa Republican caucuses last week, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Florida) has emerged as a strong GOP contender. But the best way to measure a candidate's effect on voters may be toShow More Summary
Suzanne Plunkett / Reuters Marco Rubio’s “robotic” performance during Saturday night’s Republican debate was bad, yes. But it wasn’t unprecedented. To recap, when Chris Christie accused Rubio of just repeating talking points, Rubio quickly repeated a talking point. Show More Summary
How a bad night for Marco Rubio might pitch the Republican primary into chaos.
From the February 8 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Rush Limbaugh Show: RUSH LIMBAUGH: Now, I don't have anything other than anecdotal. I have seen a little video tape of voters talking about Rubio. And I have gone to comments sections of websites and I haven't seen one voter talk about how Rubio was robotic. Show More Summary
So as we enter arguably the most crucial primary of them all in New Hampshire -- the one that catapulted the likes of Reagan and Clinton to their presidencies after appearing to be down and out -- Marco Rubio now has a branding prob...
Donald Trump is going to fade. Trump is unstoppable. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) is a shoe-in for the Iowa caucuses. Cruz lost momentum. Cruz is the big story coming out of Iowa. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) is the big story in Iowa. Rubio is unstoppable. Rubio is destroyed in the debate and his momentum halted. […]
The New York Times has noticed the palpable feud between Marco Rubio and Morning Joe host, Joe Scarborough. They speculate that it is a combination of two egos clashing, a little bit of career envy and the fact that Rubio hasn't been...Show More Summary