Former Christie Campaign Finance Chair Slams Christie Endorsement Of Donald Trump
That really suggests as Mitt Romney suggested there's a bombshell. At every debate, it seems, he praises Planned Parenthood.
Rubio, a 44-year-old first-term USA senator, is trying to project leadership in the party while also going after Trump using his own game, marked by mockery and uncanny aim for his opponent's vulnerabilities.
Let's just assume, as many believe, that Donald Trump will clean up during the GOP's Super Tuesday contests, leaving him as the Republican candidate mostly likely to lead the delegate count heading into the GOP convention. Bernie Sanders by a 2-to-1 margin in Georgia, Tennessee and Texas. He's anxious that Trump could clinch all the delegates in some Super Tuesday states, and that he, Rubio, could get zero.
Marco Rubio's campaign warned that a poor showing during Super Tuesday would mean an effective end to his run.
Clinton was successful in SC, in part, because she embraced Obama, someone who remains popular among Democrat's African-American base.
The first day of multiple-state voting looms large in a wild presidential race after early states trimmed the field and the brash billionaire and his army of outsider voters are positioned to send panic through the Republican establishment by tightening his grip on the party's nomination. Rubio has yet to win a single state, and critics argue Rubio must win at least one of the 11 Republican states voting on March 1 to remain a viable candidate.
The Vermont senator needs to avoid blowout losses in Southern states such as Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Tennessee - and also in Texas, which awards more than 200 delegates.
A source close to Christie told me that one of the main reasons for Christie's endorsement was Christie sensed that Trump is the inevitable nominee and it's time for the party to rally behind him. "There are a lot of angry people out there". That should be fun since Trump breaks with the GOP party line on everything from free trade and entitlement programs to eminent domain and energy policy.
Trump declined to predict he will lock up the nomination come Tuesday but predicted, "We will do very, very well".
Separately, Cruz warned conservatives that the "Trump train" could become "unstoppable" if he rolls to big victories Tuesday.
Rubio released his tax returns Saturday. And when we get to March 15, we'll win Florida, which has a ton of delegates. And Cruz faces a make-or-break moment in his home state of Texas. "We're going to be in as many states as it takes to ensure that I'm the nominee".
GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump is spendingmore than $886,000 in TVs ads that will air in Georgia and five other states next Tuesday.
"And you know what they say about men with small hands..." He said he didn't know anything about it and curtly said: "All right, I disavow, ok?"
In Tennessee, Ohio Gov. John Kasich won the endorsement of former U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, now dean of Belmont University's law school. "He called me two days after the primary and said: 'I was just told that you're about to endorse Donald Trump.' And I said to him: 'That's absolutely untrue".