Rubio: GOP Tax Bill ‘Probably Went Too Far’ On Helping Corporations

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) said Friday that he believes the recently passed GOP tax bill did too much to help the bottom line of America’s largest corporations. “I thought we probably went too far on [helping] corporations,” the Florida Republican told the Fort Myers-based News-Press. “By and large, you’re going to see a lot of these multinationals buy back shares to […]

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Rubio’s demise marks the last gasp of the Republican reboot

Years of carefully laid plans to repackage the Republican Party’s traditional ideas for a fast-changing country came crashing down here on Tuesday when Sen. Marco Rubio suspended his campaign for the presidency after a crippling defeat in his home-state primary. Since Mitt Romney’s devastating loss in the 2012 presidential election, the Republican National Committee and leading voices at think tanks, […]

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Cruz, Rubio and Kasich criticize Trump for creating ‘environment’ for Chicago protest

One night after declining to criticize Donald Trump’s rhetoric toward the protesters at his rallies, both Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) criticized the Republican front-runner. Rubio, who is camped out in his home state in advance of the March 15 primary, told Megyn Kelly of Fox News that Trump was finding out that his “words have […]

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Immigration fuels Cruz-Rubio Republican clash

More than any other issue, immigration is driving the rivalry between Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz, presidential rivals focusing on the divisive topic in their closing messages to Republican voters before the sprint to the Iowa caucuses. Cruz, a Texas senator and tea party firebrand, sees Rubio’s support for a more forgiving immigration policy as his greatest vulnerability among conservatives […]

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Rand Paul: Rubio blocked my border security amendment

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) is blaming his Republican presidential rival, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), for blocking a border security amendment to an immigration bill two years ago. Appearing at the Florida Republican Party’s Sunshine Summit in Orlando on Saturday, Paul said Friday’s attacks in Paris prove the need for better border security and enhanced monitoring of immigration and foreign visitors. […]

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Bush fundraiser quits over Rubio attacks

Top Florida fundraiser Brian Ballard has quit Jeb Bush’s campaign over its decision to go negative on Marco Rubio, Politico reports. “The campaign has become negative, one that is about attacking and trying to bring down Marco Rubio. And that doesn’t sit well — not only with me, but with anyone who knows the two,” Ballard told the D.C.-based news organization. […]

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Romney to Host Rubio, Christie for July 4th

Two 2016 hopefuls join the 2012 nominee at his vacation home Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney is hosting two of his would-be successors Friday night at his home for the July 4th holiday. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio are marching in the Wolfeboro, N.H. Fourth of July parade—the largest in the state—on Saturday morning, […]

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