Trump is on a quest for total and complete domination — or at least that’s what it would seem like by the recent caucus wins and polling results in primary states.
The latest Quinnipiac Poll issued this morning shows some staggering numbers.
Trump is beating fellow GOP contender Marco Rubio in his home state of Florida by a 44-28 margin.
— Gary Fineout (@fineout) February 25, 2016
Ted Cruz doesn’t appear until 12 percent, while Gov. Kasich and Dr. Ben Carson fall in at 7 and 4 percent, respectively.
— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) February 25, 2016
This is especially horrible news for Marco Rubio who will need to pull up his numbers significantly by the time Florida’s primary rolls around on March 15th. But folks are already making dire predictions for the Cuban-American presidential hopeful.
— Quinnipiac Poll (@QuinnipiacPoll) February 25, 2016
@politico unbelievable, beating Rubio in Florida
— Demetrius Holt (@DemetriusHolt) February 25, 2016
If Rubio can’t win Florida it’s all over. https://t.co/Ns0julQ6TI
— Kyle Orland (@KyleOrl) February 25, 2016
@ABCPolitics Rubio can’t even win his own state.
— Revolution Now (@geeksandinks) February 25, 2016
Going to write up this new Quinnipiac poll of Florida — as soon as I stop laughing painfully.
— Eric Kleefeld (@EricKleefeld) February 25, 2016
It’s not like he lost already, but it doesn’t look good.
Rubio “has concluded that going after Trump would accomplish little.” If report is true, could be fatal misjudgment.https://t.co/pLLq1xcaOi
— Bill Kristol (@BillKristol) February 25, 2016
I srsly doubt Rubio is angling to be Trump’s VP. But just to be clear: I won’t vote for Trump even if the reincarnation of Reagan is his VP.
— Ben Howe (@BenHowe) February 25, 2016
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