At the Values Voter Summit, a gathering of social conservatives in Washington DC, Trump received an angry response after calling his fellow Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio “a clown”. The bad news for Marco Rubio: That means Donald Trump is now paying attention to him.
The Jacksonville University poll’s results differ from one from Florida Atlantic University released Wednesday, which found Rubio in second place. The former reality television star has lashed out at several Republican rivals in a campaign consumed by personal attacks at times. The favorable/unfavorable percentage ratings for the other four top candidates are: Bush 68/25, Fiorina 72.6/10.5, Carson 77.6/11.8 and Rubio 79.7/12.3. Rubio in the last debate, with both moving up substantially, he said. “He really never talks about issues and can’t have more than a 10-second soundbite on any key issue”, Rubio said. Young guy, although he sweats more than any young person I’ve ever seen in my life.
“New Hampshire is very important for Christie”, said U.S. Rep. Leonard Lance (R-7th Dist.), a member of his leadership team.
“I encourage other Republican presidential candidates to consider doing the same, so the voters can focus on a limited number of candidates who can offer a positive conservative alternative to the current front-runner”, Walker said. He slammed the Iran deal, Common Core education standards and mismanagement at the Department of Veterans Affairs, while promising he would build a wall to stop illegal immigration across the U.S.-Mexico border, and put his business acumen to work in the Oval Office.
The poll has a margin of error of plus or minus 5.3 percent. Thursday, Republican candidate Jeb Bush visited Louisville for a state party fundraiser and became the first candidate to pay the $15,000 filing fee to participate in the caucus. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), according to CNN.
“If there’s a debate tomorrow, Donald Trump is still front and center”, Trump executive vice president Michael Cohen told CNN’s Alisyn Camerota on “New Day” Friday. “It’s clear that Democrats do not want to face Marco Rubio in a general election because he represents the future versus the past”, wrote Conant. In a quartet of polls over the past week, Kasich has drawn support from 2 percent in two and 4 percent in two.
Afterward, Melody Ash, of Davenport, said she is “85 percent” certain she’d back Rubio in the caucuses. Trump had 20 minutes to speak at the event, and 19 minutes of those minutes were spent reminding everyone of what they already know: He’s rich, he doesn’t like foreigners or Republican politicians and he’s ahead in the polls.