“There’s going to be a constituent backlash against this thing soon,” Rep. Steve King warns. Citizenship is only one of many landmines in the way of reform.
Rivals’ political leanings don’t extend to tournament strategy.
While Rubio sticks to a traditional approach, Paul’s libertarian, reformist message gets the crowd going.
Florida Republican stuck to climate change and marriage equality. “Just because I believe states should have the right to define marriage in the traditional way does not make me a bigot,” he said to applause.
The new way to quickly become serious about foreign policy: A dip in the dead sea. “Craven and creditworthy,” says Prince.
Add Marco Rubio to the list of powerful conservatives The Cycle’s S.E. Cupp isn’t afraid to publicly criticize.
Rubio’s office disputes it.
The Senator has used the viral hit to launch a successful fundraising drive for his PAC, taking in more than $100,000.
“Government can’t control the weather.” Climate activists in Florida were hopeful for a different outcome.
And his staff says he wrote the tweet himself.
“Jewish Democrats are proud to stand with President Obama and his second term priorities that put support for Israel.”
The talk at the Miami hotel, where Jeb Bush works and Marco Rubio works out, is of the next president. But can the young senator get out from under Jeb’s shadow?
The Florida senator spoke Tuesday of support for nondiscrimination and allowing states to grant same-sex couples marriage rights. He still supports limiting marriage to one man and one woman, though, and did not commit to any action to advance LGBT equality.
Rubio will pre-record a Spanish version to air on Spanish-language channels.
Policy and sensibility from Marco Rubio.
“You only get that big plane at the end.” “Long and gruesome.”
The debate could jeopardize larger immigration reform package, Rubio says.
This Senator knows Pitbull’s real name.
BuzzFeed editor-in-chief Ben Smith has a few beers with the Senator from Florida.
Congress and the president are debating whether same-sex couples should be a part of immigration reform. But the Supreme Court could change the rules dramatically.
One of the architects of immigration reform might pull out if the border isn’t secured first. But the White House may disagree.
Leading conservative voice for immigration reform also says it’s too soon to tell how LGBT couples will be treated under pending bill.
“We should be putting our best soldiers forward regardless of their gender,” says Rubio, part of a growing number of conservatives abandoning opposition to women in combat.
“He is the Republican Cory Booker, of sorts.”
In a discussion Tuesday, talks focused on who would “go first” on immigration reform. “We’re in a good place,” says Gutierrez.
The Florida senator says his faith informs him as a policymaker, but “not as a way to pass judgment on people.” Can the Republican Party square the circle?
Potential 2016 candidates make a move.