QUESTION: Rubio BLAMES Cruz’s ‘Dirty Tricks’ For Pathetic Results … Do YOU Agree With Marco?

Published on March 9, 2016


Is it Ted Cruz’s fault that no one wants to vote for Marco Rubio? Or is it because no one really liked Rubio to begin with? Now the Rubio campaign is accusing the Cruz campaign of playing ‘dirty tricks.’

Marco Rubio‘s campaign is saying Ted Cruz and his people are once again up to dirty tricks, pointing to an incident in Hawaii that smells similar to what happened to Ben Carson in Iowa at the hands of Cruz allies.

‘Senator Cruz is up to his dirty tricks again spreading false rumors and lies,’ Rubio spokesman Joe Pounder said in a statement, according to Politico. ‘We won’t allow him to do to Marco Rubio in Florida what he did to Ben Carson in Iowa.’

Cruz’s surrogates in Hawaii wrote an email to voters saying that Rubio was on the cusp of dropping out of the race, pointing to a CNN report, which Rubio’s campaign has forcefully pushed back on as false.

Hawaii votes today and the four Republican candidates will be vying for the state’s 19 delegates.

The CNN report said that Rubio’s advisers are suggesting that the Florida senator drop out of the race before next Tuesday to avoid the embarrassment of losing to Donald Trump in Rubio’s home state.

The Real Clear Politics polling average currently has Trump 16 points ahead of Rubio.

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Either way, things aren’t looking very good for Marco Rubio. Check out how he is doing in the polls…

Presidential hopeful Marco Rubio‘s future in the race for the White House is in doubt after a dismal showing in Tueday’s primaries.

The Florida senator failed to pick up any new delegates in Michigan and Mississippi, despite having overwhelming support from Republican senators, governors and other elected officials.

Rubio has insisted his campaign will continue until at least next Tuesday for the primary in his home state of Florida.

But according to CNN, several Rubio advisers are now urging him to suspended his bid now to become the Republican nominee for president, fearing a poor showing in Florida would damage any further campaigns, such as running for state governor.

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Here were some of the big wins from last night:

Donald Trump told Republican voters and party bosses on Tuesday night that the time has come to rally around him following muscular primary victories in Michigan, Mississippi and later Hawaii.

As he was urging GOP elites to ’embrace’ the growing voter base that he’s drawn to the polls, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz was busy racking up a win of his own in Idaho.

By night’s end, though, Trump returned to the winner’s circle by triumphing in Hawaii’s Republican caucuses as he received more than 42 per cent of the vote.

‘Let’s come together, folks. We’re going to win,’ Trump said at his golf club in Jupiter, Florida, shortly after the two biggest electoral prizes of the night were added to his column.

‘I think it’s time to unify,’ he said. ‘We have something special going in the Republican party, an unfortunately the people in the party – they call them the elites, or they call them whatever they call them – but those are the people that don’t respect it yet.’

Cruz, too, isn’t ready to fast-track Trump’s ticket to the general election. He led Trump by a strong 45-28 margin in Idaho with 88 per cent of the votes counted.

HAWAII GOP Super Saturday.jpg Donald Trump leading Hawaii




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