Marco Rubio was on a mission on Thursday night: Destroy The Donald. How much damage did he really do?
The Donald strayed deep into conspiracy-ville during the latest GOP debate, saying George W. Bush deliberately misled us about Iraq’s WMDs. Then he kinda blamed Bush for 9/11.
No more Mister Nice Bush. Days away from an existential moment for his campaign, the former Florida governor finally found his inner fire.
It was a fiery debate on Saturday night—but the exchange that stood out from all the other sniping was the ugly battle between Chris Christie and Marco Rubio.
The rest of the GOP field let its guard down in Trump’s absence.
Yes, Trump could be totally clobbered. But he shakes things up in ways no other GOPer does. It’s dawning on the establishment: He could win.
Let’s stop pretending. Rubio ain’t happening. The other establishmentarians? Feh. It’s Trump vs. Cruz.
Savior of the Republican establishment? After Tuesday’s debate, maybe we should start asking ourselves if this is really a two-way race between Cruz and Trump.
Clinton made some critical errors but Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley looked lost at sea during the Democratic debate.
They won their Senate seats because they spoke the Tea Party’s language. But after Tuesday’s debate, Rubio, Cruz, and Paul might not be on speaking terms.