Marco Rubio’s presidential campaign is currently in a scuffle with CNN. Or maybe it’s the other way around? Who started it? Will it matter? It won’t.
Donald Trump wants Ted Cruz all to himself, probably in a closed-off room with no cameras and soft lighting.
His backpedalling form is excellent.
In a speech celebrating his (in all likelihood) universal defeat on Tuesday, Marco Rubio courageously admitted Donald Trump’s supremacy. “He loves to talk about polls? We are seeing in state after state: His numbers coming down, our numbers going up.”
Marco Rubio is almost certainly not going to come out of Super Tuesday a winner. This isn’t really in dispute, even by the people who work for him, who today explained to their most important funders that the Rubio campaign isn’t planning on winning any Super Tuesday states, or maybe even any states at all, ever.
After tonight, unless the Super Tuesday polling is very, very wrong, Donald Trump will have largely finished crushing the rest of the Republican presidential field, and with it the plans of the various organizations and people who are described as making up the Republican party establishment. The Republican establishment will then begin making new plans, plans which involve supporting Donald Trump and trying to help him win the presidency in November.
David Green, founder and CEO of the arts-and-crafts chain store Hobby Lobby, has turned his brilliant political mind to the presidential campaign, and leveled his mammoth influence onto the head of a Republican who, now, will surely win. That blessed head belongs to none other than Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida.
Would you look at this: Somebody said something outlandish on CNN. Today’s heroes are the so-called “Stump For Trump” duo: Lynette “Diamond” Hardaway and Rochelle “Silk” Richardson, who rose from their YouTube channel to opening for Trump at his fundraisers and today went on CNN to offer the notion that Marco Rubio lived a “gay lifestyle.”
Big boy (who is sick of being treated like a little kid!!) Marco Rubio is mad. So mad, in fact, that he spent a good four minutes of his stump speech this morning trying to rail on Donald Trump. This included—but was not limited to—reading Trump’s misspelled tweets from his phone, effectively calling Trump a spoiled wimp, and insinuating that Trump urinated on himself during last night’s debate. Welcome to hell.
The final Republican debate before so-called next week’s “Super Tuesday” series of primaries got real rowdy real quick, with Marco Rubio attacking Donald Trump over his having hired undocumented immigrants to work on one of his real estate projects in the 1980s.
Last night, your favorite Republican candidate once again got massacred by Donald Trump. It might seem like things are getting pretty dire. It’s going to be hard for you to defend your favorite Republican candidate to your co-workers at the water cooler, where you all discuss politics daily. But you really shouldn’t worry. Honestly. Your favorite Republican candidate is going to beat Donald Trump, there’s no question about it. Just listen to their campaigns!