Marco Rubio and Scott Walker both delivered foreign policy addresses today. As Daniel Larison details, Rubio vowed to get a lot tougher on China than Obama has been, while Walker vowed to get a lot tougher on ISIS than Obama has been. Anyone else notice a pattern here? With the GOP candidates falling […]
In today’s Manchester Union-Leader, I explain the eerie resemblance that the health care plans advanced by presidential candidates Gov. Scott Walker (R-WI) and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) bear to ObamaCare: The centerpiece of both “replace” plans is a refundable tax credit for health insurance. Show More Summary
Walker and Rubio also delivered their speeches at close to the same time, both in Charleston, South Carolina
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio accused the Obama administration of abdicating American leadership in back-to-back foreign policy speeches Friday intended to put their presidential campaigns back in the national conversation about next year's election.
So Chris Hayes invited Rep. Alan Grayson, who's running for the Florida senate seat left open by Marco Rubio's run for the Republican nomination, as someone "several people" have called "Trump of the Left." Which is a pretty stupid premise,...Show More Summary
Republican presidential hopefuls Sen. Marco Rubio (Fla.) and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker on Friday delivered dueling foreign policy speeches in South Carolina -- this time, aiming their sharpest criticism at Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton. “It is up to our next president to correct the errors of our current one. This is one of many reasons […]
Marco Rubio issued a sharp critique of China's behavior on Friday, using a speech in South Carolina and an opinion piece in The Wall Street Journal to fault Beijing on military expansionism, cybertheft, human rights abuses and "economic misconduct."
Senator Marco Rubio called Hillary Rodham Clinton "desperate" after her remarks at a campaign rally a day earlier that compared Republican candidates to terrorists on their views about women's issues.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) seems to be biding his time while Trump-mania burns itself out. Unlike Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, he has not become a human pretzel trying to imitate Donald Trump. Unlike Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.), he is not trying to become the Trump “Mini-me.” Unlike Jeb Bush, who had an uneven debate performance, […]
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio will deliver dueling foreign policy speeches Friday in South Carolina. Rubio, who will focus his remarks on China, followed Walker’s lead this week in calling for the scaling back of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s state visit next month. Walker, who has less experience on foreign policy…
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In the WSJ, Marco Rubio says Obama hasn't been tough enough with China on economic issues: President Obama has continued to appease China’s leaders...[with] his insufficient responses to economic... concerns What would he do? For years, China has...
He delivers a speech on China policy Friday in South Carolina, just after financial markets were shaken by China's move to weaken its currency
Tonight was the Morgan County Founders Dinner, and as you might expect, the attendees had a straw poll. Here are the results: Donald Trump 32.9% Ted Cruz 22.4% Ben Carson 11.8% Carly Fiorina 11.8% Marco Rubio 7.1% Jeb Bush 3.5% Mike Huckabee 3.5% Rand Paul 3% Chris Christie 2.4% John Kasich 1.2% Undecided 3.5% If […]
Senator Marco Rubio joined me in the first hour of today’s program: Audio: 08-27hhs-rubio Transcript: HH: Joined now by United States Senator Marco Rubio. Senator Rubio, great to have you, thank you for joining me. MR: Thanks for having me back on. HH: I want to begin, you were attacked by name this morning by Secretary of State Clinton. Show More Summary
The following post first appeared on FactCheck.org. Sen. Marco Rubio described a hypothetical Detroit business owner with 10 employees as facing higher costs under the Affordable Care Act, saying the man was considering moving one employee...Show More Summary
In Hillary’s world, if you’re a person who wants to stop Planned Parenthood from dismembering babies — from slicing open their faces to sell their brains — then you’re like ISIS: In this delightful video, she claims Marco Rubio wants...Show More Summary
Here's the trend lines of Google searches for Donald Trump, Jeb Bush, Scott Walker, Marco Rubio and Barack Obama over the last 90 days. It's a decent measure of the effect on the GOP race and the effect on the GOP brand outside the angry white person community of Trump's entry into the race. Graph after the jump. Read More ?
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Republicans had better hope he’s right. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.): “[W]e should allow that anger to motivate us, but we shouldn’t allow that anger to define us. We’re not an angry nation. We are an optimistic nation who has every reason to be optimistic about the future.” Democrats should hope he does. Vice President Biden: […]