Yesterday, Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) sent out a series of Tweets implying a vast conspiracy was taking place due to his belief that “democratic lawyers are trying to change the results” of this past Tuesday’s election. Governor Rick Scott continues to hold a slim lead over his opponent, Senator Bill Nelson (D-FL), however, that margin continues to deteriorate as more votes continue to be counted.
Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney (D-NY) said that Republican Sens. Graham (SC) and Rubio (FL) talk a big game, but they have never stood up to Trump on a moral issue.
Trump judicial nominee Ryan Bounds withdrew his nomination after Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) said that he couldn't vote for him, and he was going to be rejected by the Senate.
President Donald Trump’s latest controversies surrounding Russia have not gone over well with Republicans in Congress. But even worse for the GOP, they have not gone over well with the majority of American voters. As a result, Republicans on Capitol Hill are now desperately trying to find a way to distance themselves from the actions (and the words) of the president in order to avoid what they fear might be a disaster in this fall’s midterm elections.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) admitted in an interview that there is no sign that workers are getting any of the benefits from the GOP/Trump tax cuts for the wealthy and corporations.
One hallmark of Donald Trump’s presidency to date has been his ignorant blustering about the office he holds, notoriously over-reaching in his assertions of power and bumping up against the checks and balances our founders put in place precisely to protect our democratic institutions against bullying tyrants such as Trump has proven himself to be.
Marco Rubio never planned on opposing the GOP tax proposal.
When Trump used his press conference to defend white supremacist and Nazi violence, a growing group of Republicans went after their own president.
At a donor dinner, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) urged people to pay less attention to the Trump Russia scandal, and instead focus on Islamic terrorism, youth unemployment, and the rise of China.
Rex Tillerson says one thing, Nikki Haley another. If there is any sort of messaging being sent, it is impossible to determine what it might be
"After the votes taken earlier this afternoon, the U.S. Senate has now confirmed all of the available Cabinet nominations" - Marco Rubio
If testimony by some of his nominees this week is an indicator, Trump’s pledge to torture people may, thankfully, be in trouble.
Sen. Marco Rubio, who supported Trump during the presidential election, refused to say that he trusts the president-elect with the nuclear codes during an interview on Sunday.
A Democratic super PAC is injecting millions of dollars into the Florida Senate race in a bid to retire Sen. Marco Rubio.
Failed presidential candidate Marco Rubio hated being a United States Senator, but he needs a job, so Rubio has broken his promise to the voters of Florida and decided to run for reelection.
Sen. Rubio made it clear that he hates being a Senator, but after his run for the White House spectacularly crashed and burned, Rubio is reconsidering and may run for reelection after all.
"This is an especially heartbreaking day for our friends, our fellow Americans, who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender."
There is kissing the ring of the Republican nominee then there is what Macro Rubio did by personally apologizing to Trump for suggesting that his baby hands indicate that Trump has a micro penis.
Marco Rubio is being raked over the coals by Floridians for refusing to say why he won't do his job, and even the Senate Judiciary Chair ringleader of Not Doing His Job Chuck Grassley is hanging Rubio out to dry.
Mr. Regalado’s endorsement comes at a time when the sea level has risen an unprecedented 5 inches all along the Atlantic coastline.