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Marco Rubio

Denouncing isn’t enough.

Donald Trump’s disgusting comments about women that were revealed today demonstrate exactly who Donald Trump is—a candidate unfit for the White House. But denouncing Trump’s obviously disgusting comments is not enough. The remaining question is whether Republicans will continue to support his candidacy and call him a role model. Trump’s abhorrent comments are not a one-off. From calling women “fat pigs”…

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Marco Rubio: Then and Now

“Donald Trump is a con artist.” “He’s creating jobs in China and Mexico because that’s where all the suits and ties that he sells are made.” “We cannot be a party that nominates someone who refuses to condemn white supremacists and the Klu Klux Klan.” Sound familiar? Marco Rubio didn’t mince words about the Republican nominee during the primaries just…

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Dear GOP Senators: Saying you’ll “meet with” a nominee is meaningless

Instead of doing their job, some Republican senators are attempting to get credit for agreeing to simply meet with Supreme Court nominee Chief Judge Merrick Garland – all while refusing to call for a hearing or a vote. It’s a polite gesture, but it has nothing to do with the actual, constitutional process for confirming a nominee, and cannot be…

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Brutal Coverage on Anniversary of GOP’s Failed Autopsy

After an overwhelming loss in the 2012 election, the RNC published a report highlighting what the majority of Americans already knew, that the Republican Party’s message sounded “increasingly out-of-touch.” The report sought to highlight the party’s weaknesses, and provide comprehensive solutions going forward, but today it is clear that the party has instead chosen to continue on the path of…

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Simple math: Trump IS the GOP

As Meet the Press’ Chuck Todd explained this weekend, even in their best-case scenarios, none of the Republicans still left in the field have any mathematically realistic chance of defeating Donald Trump. Todd broke it down as follows: In a BEST-CASE SCENARIO: If Cruz had won 35% of delegates in IL, MO, NC, he would still need to win 80%…

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Three Years After Autopsy, GOP Still Clueless on Issues Important to Women

After losing the support of women voters by double-digits in 2012, the Republicans vowed to improve their outreach efforts and address the concerns of women and families. The GOP Autopsy report encouraged the use of  “language that addresses concerns that are on women’s minds in order to let them know we are fighting for them” to correct Republican candidates’ alarming…

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This Week on the Campaign Trail

Overview Last night, the GOP debate had a new tone, but the same out-of-touch policies. Without all of the yelling and name calling, the candidates actually told the voters what they would do in office, and it was terrifying. It’s likely that it’s too little too late for the GOP to stop Trump’s steamroll to the nomination. Take a lesson…

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Will GOP Presidential Candidates Support Missouri’s Anti-LGBT Amendment?

GOP leaders across the country have repeatedly pushed for so-called religious freedom laws that offer sweeping protection for opponents of gay marriage and allow them to discriminate based on sexual orientation. Indiana, after a national backlash, eventually amended its controversial legislation but similar battles are still being fought elsewhere. In Missouri this week, after breaking a 39-hour filibuster led by…

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WATCH: “I think it sucked” – Michiganders react to GOP debate response to Flint

Last night, the Republicans held their presidential debate in Detroit, and it was a far cry of anything that exemplified leadership. The candidates spent more time on stage insulting each other than they did discussing the Flint water crisis or the children suffering from lead poisoning in the state. Republicans simply ignored the topic for the overwhelming majority of the debate…

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Rubio: Let Detroit Go Bankrupt 2.0

As Rubio stops in Michigan today after an abysmal Super Tuesday, he will channel his inner Mitt Romney, and wants to let Detroit go bankrupt – again. The Michigan press welcomed him to the Great Lakes State him with this brutal headline today: How Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio may de-fund Detroit MLive.com It’s become a conservative rallying cry to…

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