Amidst the reporting and fervor over the email hack of Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman, John Podesta, there has been something of a recent discussion that has begun over the ethics of circulating what is in that hacked cache. Some...Show More Summary
(John Hinderaker) The Florida Senate race has been good for some laughs in a generally grim election season. It pits incumbent Marco Rubio against former Republican Patrick Murphy, whose main qualification is inherited wealth. The candidates agreed to debate on Univision, an important Spanish-language outlet in south Florida. Show More Summary
Marco Rubio is using his skill at avoiding showing up to work, honed in the Senate, to his campaign. He's pulled out of a debate on Univision, and the network cancelled. Democrat Patrick Murphy's campaign disputes that, saying he's still willing to debate as long as Rubio gives up on his one, unprecedented condition—that the debate be in Spanish. Show More Summary
Marco Rubio based much of his 2016 message on the idea that President Obama is trying to undermine the United States on purpose. Yesterday, Obama responded.
"That’s the sign of somebody who will say anything, do anything, pretend to be anybody, just to get elected." The post Video: Obama unloads on Marco Rubio in Florida for supporting Trump appeared first on Hot Air.
The president’s criticism showcased a determination to broaden his indictment of Mr. Trump into an indictment of the Republican Party.
President Barack Obama sharply criticized Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) for backing GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump, accusing the senator of putting his own career before the good of the country. Speaking Thursday at a rally for Hillary...Show More Summary
President Obama blasted Republicans who are sticking by Trump while speaking at a rally for Hillary Clinton on Thursday in Miami, Florida. Obama took particular aim at Senator Marco Rubio, who is up for reelection, after he refused to...Show More Summary
This goes for lots of Republicans. President Barack Obama read Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), and, by proxy, the entire Republican Party, the riot act on Thursday for supporting Donald Trump despite previously condemning him. Speaking at a Thursday afternoon rally on behalf of Hillary Clinton in Miami Gardens, Florida, Obama didn’t hold back, shredding Rubio [...]
MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. — With presidential pre-election polls heavily favoring Democrat Hillary Clinton, President Obama aimed his attacks Thursday at Sen. Marco Rubio and other Republican officials who have supported GOP nominee Donald Trump, despite his controversial campaign and derogatory remarks about immigrants and women. Show More Summary
If there's one thing Marco Rubio can't escape, it's his continued support for Donald Trump. Patrick Murphy's latest ad starts with footage of Trump's rankest comments about being able to do "anything" to women and grab them by the "py,"...Show More Summary
"Donald Trump wants to reverse progress; Marco Rubio wants to help him"
Marco Rubio has seemingly ruled out a possible presidential run in 2020 should Donald Trump lose on November 8. In an interview Wednesday with...
I’m going to put a marker on this one, in order to check back in four years. Senator Marco Rubio, on the verge of winning reelection to his Florida senate seat in November, is trying to put a lid on any talk of ambitions beyond his duties in the Senate. Show More Summary
LAS VEGAS, NV ? Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) on Wednesday was unimpressed with Sen. Marco Rubio’s (R-Fla.) surprising plea to fellow Republicans to not capitalize on the hacked Clinton campaign emails published by Wikileaks. “I don’t really care what he thinks,” Perry said of his one-time Republican primary opponent. Show More Summary
Conservative radio host Sean Hannity said on his radio program Wednesday that he can see Florida Sen. Marco Rubio becoming president one day. The remarks were made when a caller said he found Rubio’s life story inspiring, something with which Hannity agreed. “I could see Marco being president one day,” Hannity said. Show More Summary
This newspaper has a long history of supporting U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio’s electoral campaigns, going back to his days as a promising political newcomer from West Miami with a strong … Click to Continue »
Batches of emails hacked from Democrats' accounts have been released by Wikileaks on a near-daily basis for several weeks, but at least one Republican says it's unwise to use those documents for political gain. Former presidential candidate and Florida Sen. Show More Summary
Republican Sen. Marco Rubio is getting help from an unlikely quarter as he campaigns for re-election: the Democratic Party. The party's Senate committee this week abandoned Rubio's Democratic rival, Rep. … Click to Continue »
Sen. Marco Rubio warned Republicans Wednesday against discussing any issue based on WikiLeaks, saying that they could be next to have their emails laid out for the world.