The New Jersey governor on foreign policy, Marco Rubio, and the fine art of ball breaking.
Dan Soder, Joe DeRosa, Al Jackson - M... 1:43 After reading Marco Rubio's Twitter rant about his workout regimen, Dan Soder, Joe DeRosa and Al Jackson guess where a shirtless photo of the Florida senator ended up. Watch full episodes...Show More Summary
His 2016 presidential aspirations may have failed, but Sen. Marco Rubio seems pretty confident he’ll have no trouble at all finding another job...
Confederate General Edmund Kirby Smith, a native Floridian who has represented the Sunshine State in the U.S. Capitol's National Statuary Hall for years, will soon be replaced. On Wednesday, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) tweeted a suggestion...Show More Summary
Marco Rubio may be out of the presidential race, but he still has same campaigning to do. This time, it’s on behalf of Tim Tebow.
Need a representative in the National Statuary Hall? Why not Tebow? When Confederate General Edmund Kirby Smith is removed from the U.S. Capitol's National Statuary Hall, the state of Florida will be lacking a statue. Fortunately, Sunshine...Show More Summary
The 2016 election may have forced the rest of us into familiarity with such despicable figures as Ted Cruz, Ben Carson, and Marco Rubio, but at least some little kids have been lucky enough not to have any clue who these guys are. On...Show More Summary
No word what Tebow thinks of this whole thing.
A parting gift for the nation's capitol, of sorts, from a retiring U.S. senator
Politico: “Robert Barnett, the Washington superlawyer who negotiated approximately $1.3 million worth of book deals for Marco Rubio, has been hired by the U.S. senator to handle what Barnett describes as a crush of job offers ahead of his retirement [...]
Tim Tebow has a book coming out this fall all about learning to deal with one’s success and failures. The book is called “Shaken: Discovering your True Identity in the Midst of Life’s Storms,” and was co-authored by A.J. Gregory. It will be available on Oct. Show More Summary
Florida recently passed legislation that will replace a statue of a Confederate general currently in the U.S. Capitol with a different person who has loomed large in that state’s history. But who will take Edmund Kirby Smith‘s place? Sen. Marco Rubio has a suggestion: Tim Tebow. Here's suggestion for #Florida which looking 4 help replacing state statue in […]
Chong's pitch to Canadian Tories echoes Rubio's to the U.S. GOP The post Will Michael Chong succeed where Marco Rubio failed? appeared first on Macleans.ca.
In the age of the social media, everyone is their own PR person.
CNN's At This Hour on Tuesday spotlighted Senator Marco Rubio's attack on the Washington Post on Twitter. An on-screen graphic hyped how "Rubio Launches Bizarre Tweetstorm Against Media." The Florida Republican mocked the "genius line"...Show More Summary
In tweet after tweet, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio ripped media outlets for quoting sources, described as close to him, who he said don’t know what they’re talking about.
His failed presidential bid behind him, Florida Senator Marco Rubio decided to let loose late Monday night on Twitter with one target in mind: the media.
Marco Rubio does not think much of your "journalism," Washington Post. Marco Rubio, welcome to the club!
Can you blame him? The post Marco Rubio Let It All Out in This Epic Tweetstorm appeared first on WIRED.