Tag: Sen. Marco Rubio

Winner-Take-All Arizona Primary and Majority-Take-All Utah Caucus May Determine Trump’s First Ballot Nomination Chances

If GOP frontrunner Donald Trump wins next week’s March 22 winner-take-all primary in Arizona, his chances of securing enough delegates to wrap up the Republican nomination for president on the first ballot at the party’s July convention in Cleveland, Ohio will improve significantly. But the results of the majority-take-all Utah caucus held on the same day could change that trajectory.

Breitbart News Daily: Republican Three-Way… Plus Two

On the February 25, Breitbart News Daily show, broadcast on Sirius XM Patriot channel 125 from 6AM to 9AM EST weekdays, host and Breitbart News executive chairman Stephen K. Bannon will discuss the most important news of the day, including what Donald Trump’s big win in Nevada means for the state of 2016 presidential race as the GOP field thins out.

Boston Globe Endorses John Kasich

The Boston Globe is endorsing Ohio Governor John Kasich for the Republican nomination for president, one week before the Iowa Caucuses and two weeks and before the first-in-the nation primary in neighboring New Hampshire.

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York: The Facts on Rubio/Cruz and Immigration

The Gang of Eight comprehensive immigration reform bill passed the Senate after a series of votes in June 2013. Democrats, who controlled the Senate at the time, unanimously supported the bill, while most Republicans opposed it.

Rubio: ‘Israel Has No Partner For Peace’ In Current Palestinian Leadership

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) tells the Republican Jewish Coalition (RJC) that “Our president has placed his own legacy” in the way of a strong America-Israel relationship. Barack Obama’s foreign policy lacks “moral clarity,” Rubio said. Moral clarity means “our allies trust us and our adversaries respect us,” he added. Now, “our allies feel betrayed and our enemies feel emboldened.”

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Donald Trump Dominates GOP Field; Weakest Against Hillary

As Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump gears up his campaign with a $20 million ad buy (his first), the latest round of national and swing state polls show that the media narrative surrounding his imminent demise has been greatly exaggerated.