Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio took a jab at GOP front-runner Donald Trump at a campaign stop in New Hampshire, saying the real estate tycoon is not "ready" to become the leader of the free world.
In the wake of critical campaign ads by his rivals Jeb Bush and Ted Cruz, GOP White House hopeful Marco Rubio is taking a tougher stance on immigration, in an apparent attempt to bolster his conservative credentials.
Often dubbed "the world's greatest deliberative body," the U.S. Senate often functions like a high school, and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio is the kid who does not show up for class, GOP presidential hopeful Chris Christie quipped on Jan. 11.
Marco Rubio is emerging more and more as the GOP's "establishment candidate" in the 2016 White House race, as party elders are looking for alternatives to controversial front-runner Donald Trump and Tea Party favorite Ted Cruz.
In the new year's first national presidential poll, front-runner Donald Trump maintained an important lead over his fellow GOP White House hopefuls and garnered the support of 35 percent of the party's supporters.