Marco’s Morning Show Victory Lap

Marco appeared on 5 different shows this morning to discuss last night’s debate victory and the campaign ahead. Take a look: Marco on Face the Nation: ‘I have a message that I believe appeals to voters supporting every one of these candidates’ Marco on Fox News Sunday: ‘I’m the conservative that wins’ Marco on This…
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Belafonte: Obama’s Election ‘Awakened,’ Shocked ‘Racist Forces’ in this Country

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Sunday on CNN’s “Fareed Zakaria GPS,” entertainer Harry Belafonte said the election of the first black president in President Barack Obama “shocked a lot of racist forces in this country.” Partial transcript as follow: HARRY BELAFONTE: I think if you look at the spectrum of race relations in this country, on a lot of fronts, there is a retrogression, there is a reversal. If you take a look at the way in which the right-wing movement in this country has gerrymandered voting districts, if you look at employment records, if you look at a lot of practices, black people are once again at the doorstep, the new wave of racist definitions and racist practices. FAREED ZAKARIA: So you think things have gotten worse recently, a kind of a backlash? BELAFONTE: I think what we achieved in the Civil Rights Movement, what we are now practicing as a nation, there is a reversal. ZAKARIA: Do you think that’s because there is a black man in the White House? BELAFONTE: I think a black man in the White House has awakened a lot of dichotomies here. I think, on the one hand, America took great pride in the fact that, to a
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9 Takeaways From The Ninth GOP Debate

February 14, 2016 1. Who won the debate? It was clear: A CBS Overnight Poll: 32 Percent Though Marco Won The Debate. Thirty-two percent of these debate watchers say Marco Rubio won the debate, beating out Donald Trump (24 percent) and John Kasich (19 percent), who are ranked second and third, respectively. Further down on…
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Hillary: ‘Outrageous’ for GOP to Block Obama’s Pick to Replace Scalia

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Sunday ABC’s “This Week,” played a clip of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton weighing in on the battle to replace Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia after his sudden death yesterday. Clinton said, “It is outrageous that Republicans in the senate and on the campaign trail have already pledged to block any replacement that President Obama nominates. Barack Obama is president of the United States until January 20, 2017. That is a fact, my friends. whether the Republicans like it or not.” Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN
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