O’Reilly: ‘It Is Simply a Fact’ That Hillary Fears Marco Most

February 6, 2016 On his show last night, Bill O’Reilly made one of the most important points in this race: Hillary Clinton does not want to run against Marco. The Clinton campaign does not want to run against Senator Rubio. For all of you partisans out there, that’s not a knock on your candidate —…
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Marco Explains Why He’s the Candidate Democrats Fear Most

February 6, 2016 Last night, Marco was asked why he’s the best Republican to beat Hillary. Here’s his answer: First of all, I’m in the best position of anyone running to unify our party. We all have differences of opinion on some key issues in our party but I believe I’m best positioned to bring…
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Watch: Marco Slams Obama’s Latest Plan to Hike Energy Taxes

January 6, 2016 In case you missed it, President Obama is proposing a new energy tax — $10 on every barrel of oil. Marco’s not a fan, and he let a crowd in New Hampshire know it. You may not have heard this, it just broke on the news. The president wants to solve transportation…
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MSNBC’s Harris-Perry: Democratic Field ‘Anemic,’ ‘Whiter Than the Oscars’

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Melissa Harris-Perry commented on the 2016 primary race Saturday on her MSNBC show, saying the fact that there are only two Democratic candidates remaining at this point shows how “anemic” the party is. “I would argue that for me, Thursday night, watching Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, already this early, we are in New Hampshire. and our party is so anemic, that we are down to two candidates, right? Say what you want to say about the mad house going on on the Republican side. They’ve got all kinds of folks that still want the Republican nomination. We have two folks who are advanced in age, who have been in government for a long time.” Harris-Perry later added that it is “whiter than the Oscars” in the Democratic race. Follow Trent Baker on Twitter @MagnifiTrent
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Christie on Fiorina Debate Exclusion: ‘The Rules Are the Rules’

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Saturday on CNN, Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ), a candidate for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, was asked by host Fredricka Whitfield about his opponent Carly Fiorina being excluded from participating in the GOP presidential debate scheduled to be on ABC later in the evening. Unlike some of his fellow competitors who said Fiorina should be allowed to participate, Christie did not go that far. “My feeling is the rules are the rules,” Christie said. “You know, I got excluded from a Fox Business [Network] debate. I didn’t think it was fair, but I didn’t go around complaining and moaning about it. I did what I needed to do to get on the main stage. That was to do better and to do well in that debate. So you know, for Carly, the rules are are the rules. She certainly has benefited from the rules at times. So, I just think that the job of all of us is to play by the rules that are set forth and do the best we possibly can.” Follow Jeff Poor on Twitter @jeff_poor
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Politico’s Annie Karni: Hillary Clinton Is ‘Playing Up the Gender Card’ a Lot

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Saturday on MSNBC, Politico’s Annie Karnie spoke on Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s chances in the upcoming New Hampshire primary. Karni mentioned that New Hampshire is a state that “loves electing women,” and that Clinton has been playing “playing up the gender card” a lot, giving her a “huge” advantage. “[Hillary Clinton] has a big advantage here, too. First of all, the statistics about neighboring state mattering here, she won in 2008, so what about someone who has already won this primary? She’s been playing up the gender card here a lot because this is a state that loves electing women. They have the first all female congressional delegation. They were the first state to vote bigger percentage of women than men in the state legislature. Jeanne Shaheen made history as the first governor and senator. This state loves electing women. That’s a huge advantage here. They’re playing that out.” Follow Trent Baker on Twitter @MagnifiTrent
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