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Video || CNN Roasts Trump for Using “Sippy Cup” Grip on Water

Okay, so the guy cradled his water cup with two hands. Obviously, he didn’t want to drop it for fear that if he did people would say he has neurological issues and is dying of a combination of Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s, and probably had a stroke as well. And of course, if he let his mouth get too dry, he would end up saying “United

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Trump to Finally Have Legislative Victory as Rubio, Corker Back Tax Bill

Looks like it’s over. The tax cut bill is going to pass the Senate, as GOP Sens. Marco Rubio and Bob Corker reversed course and said they would pass it. Corker said something was better than nothing: “This bill is far from perfect, and left to my own accord, we would have reached bipartisan consensus on legislation that avoided any chance of adding to the

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Senate Foreign Relations Committee Approves Tillerson as Rubio Caves

Rubio made a big stink but ended up falling into line anyway. Tillerson will next be approved on the floor, no problem. From the Washington Examiner: Secretary of State-designate Rex Tillerson was approved by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Monday in a party-line vote. “It’s a little bit of a departure in the vote count than things have been in the past on nominations

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Trump Won’t Rule Out Taking Rubio as Vice President

Despite two weeks of vicious invective between the two, Republican front-runner Donald Trump Wednesday refused to rule out taking Sen. Marco Rubio as his running mate. Trump, who appeared today on MSNBC’s Morning Joe, indicated Rubio could have a chance at the second spot if he drops out of the race before the Florida primary next Tuesday. “Sure, sure and he’s got a lot of

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Bush, Rubio Declare War on ISIS

Former Florida governor Jeb Bush said Sunday the United States should declare war on ISIS and Sen. Marco Rubio said the U.S. should activate NATO, suggesting the two chief GOP Establishment candidates for president would massively increase American commitments in Iraq and Syria. Their comments follow the terror attacks in Paris on Friday night that killed more than 130 people and wounded hundreds more. ISIS

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Jeb May be Finished

Jeb Bush failed to distinguish himself yet again in the third Republican presidential debate, missing a crucial opportunity to energize his campaign at the very moment when Establishment donors are making final decisions about where to put their money. Making matters doubly worse for the once-inevitable GOP nominee, Sen. Marco Rubio offered himself up as a credible alternative for the Establishment’s cash with his polished,

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Video || Rubio AWOL from Senate

Sen. Marco Rubio has pretty much quit his day job. As of the middle of September, he has 77 votes this year, according to USA Today. He has the worst attendance record in the Senate. Sen. Rand Paul, who unlike Rubio is still running for reelection to his Senate seat, has only missed three. Sen. Ted Cruz, not up for reelection this year, has missed

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Bush: Meet Marco Rubio, the New Obama

Forget Donald Trump. That’s bigger game that has to be taken down later. Right now, Jeb Bush knows he won’t survive long if he doesn’t take care of his Marco Rubio problem, and fast. In the last 24 hours, Bush has signaled his strategy for dealing with his former protege and Florida “buddy,” who is edging by him in the polls and threatens to start

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Video Outtakes || Trump at the Value Voters Summit

Here’s a few moments from Donald Trump’s appearance at the Value Voters Summit Friday in Washington, a gathering that includes many members of the religious right. I don’t know, I’m not sold on the Bible waving moment. And he gets in a little trouble here picking on nice-guy Marco Rubio, drawing some boos for calling Rubio a clown. But his point, that it may be

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Rubio Turns Heckling to His Advantage

Sen. Marco Rubio reacted with aplomb as protestors interrupted his speech at the Faith and Freedom Coalition conference in Washington Thursday, using the protest as a chance to tout free speech. Have a look.

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