Donald Trump said fellow Republican presidential nominee Marco Rubio is "weak" on immigration, as the real estate mogul on Saturday continued to defend his controversial remarks on the subject in an interview on Fox News' Fox and Friends. Show More Summary
I am future. Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio gave his "economic" speech today. In it, he positioned himself as a candidate for the future who just happens to hold the exact same policy ideas as all the people who screwed things up for a generation. Show More Summary
One a these days people will be voting on Tuesdays. Political Animals can barely wait! Here are some remains of the day: Marco Rubio delivers a Big Speech on...
Four days after he first put out a statement calling Donald Trump's comments about Mexicans "offensive" and "divisive," Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) weighed in once more during an interview with Fox News' Neil Cavuto. This time, he called out Trump for "distracting" the country from deal with the real issues regarding illegal immigration.
WASHINGTON -- Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) is casting himself as the youthful, forward-thinking presidential candidate of the future, a bold reformer awash with new ideas on how best to usher in a new American century. The message is an...Show More Summary
HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE: Republican Rubio calls U.S. higher education system ‘cartel,’ urges overhaul. Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio on Tuesday called for an overhaul of the U.S. higher education system, saying colleges were operating as a “cartel” and were not meeting the needs of students or the economy. “We do not need timid tweaks […]
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) offers a mature foreign policy as one of his defining features and qualifications for president. However, many GOP candidates share his views and have the same or more experience in national security. Rather, there is a good case to be made that his best attribute is a cohesive domestic policy well […]
Many of the ideas on higher education outlined by Senator Marco Rubio in an economic speech on Tuesday sounded similar to policies that President Obama has called for during his time in office.
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, a Republican presidential contender, made his pitch to restore the middle class Tuesday, emphasizing innovation and education while calling for tax cuts and less regulation on business.
Rubio's plan to ease "the shadow of debt hovering over millions of graduates" could result in students paying much more to Wall Street. The post Marco Rubio’s Economic Plan Calls For Students To Sell Themselves To Private Investors appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Republican presidential hopeful Marco Rubio gave a sweeping speech on Tuesday where he called for an overhaul of the US higher education system. Rubio's speech lampooned political leaders, specifically calling out Hillary Clinton, for their "narrow and shortsighted" solutions for the problems that plague higher education. Show More Summary
The Florida senator proposed allowing low-income college graduates to repay their student loans more slowly, and letting investors pay students' tuition in return for a percentage of their postgraduate earnings.
In a campaign speech today, Marco Rubio aims some subtle generational messaging at Hillary Clinton. "The race for the future will never be won by going backward," says Rubio, "It will never be won by hopping in Hillary Clinton’s time machine to yesterday." So Clinton has mastered the problem of... More »
CHICAGO (AP) — Offering an economic message that jabs rivals in both parties, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio on Tuesday outlined a plan to lower corporate tax rates, loosen Internet regulation and broaden college accreditation, in his first...Show More Summary
The New York Times published a piece that sounded like the Castro regime was quoted exclusively in it. “Marco Rubio on Monday accused the New York Times of reporting the “Castro regime’s propaganda” on him by publishing a story highlighting negative opinions of the GOP presidential candidate held by some Cubans.” ““NYT follows up traffic […]
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, a Republican presidential contender, is in Chicago to make a Tuesday morning speech and host a discussion on fostering innovation at 1871, the city's digital entrepreneur hub.
CHICAGO (AP) — Florida Sen. Marco Rubio is laying out his plans for an "innovative economy" and "revolutionized higher education system" in his first major domestic policy speech as a presidential candidate. In prepared remarks obtained by The Associated Press, Rubio says, "We need a new president for a new age."
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) will kick off a three-day campaign swing through the Midwest Tuesday morning with a speech on technology and jobs in which he plans to say the country needs a "new president for a new age." In a morning speech at 1871 in Chicago, a nonprofit that provides co-working spaces for start-up […]
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A tax-exempt group formed by allies of Senator Marco Rubio said it plans to spend over $20 million on advertising. The group is not required to disclose its donors.