Until recently, Christie was a presidential candidate. A new CNN/ORC poll of voters nationwide confirms what we already knew: A day ahead of Super Tuesday, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump stand far above the rest of their respective competitors.
Whatever the polls, Marco Rubio insists that Donald Trump won't be the Republican presidential nominee. Noting that like Cruz has suggested Trump presidency would be "a grave mistake", host Jake Tapper asked if he would still support his rival should he win the nomination.
Rubio, appearing on the same program, observed that "obviously we're not the frontrunner here" and said that "he relishes the [underdog] role" against Trump, a "world class con artist" who is "trying to pull off the biggest scam in American history".
Among the nine, two of the women miscarried early in their pregnancies, the CDC reported Friday . In addition, 10 more cases of pregnant women who may possibly have had Zika virus infections are being investigated, according to the report.
There's Congressman Mo Brooks of Alabama, a Ted Cruz man, who was on MSNBC Monday afternoon, tap-dancing with Steve Kornacki about what Brooks' attitude toward He, Trump really means. Rubio and Trump have been going after each other relentlessly with personal attacks since Rubio hit out at Trump at the Republican debate on Thursday night.
On Monday, Trump told NBC that he didn't hear or understand Tapper's questions. "I sit down and I have a lousy earpiece provided by them", Trump continued. The pledge was signed in 2015 by the Republican National Committee and Donald Trump in which Trump agreed not to run as an independent while the Party had agreed to maintain a playing field that remained level.