If Marco Rubio launches his presidential campaign as expected Monday, the first-term Republican senator from Florida may have to answer this simple question. Why now?
Political pundits will be going into overdrive this weekend as two potential presidential candidates ready to announce their plans, one of which may cause a fall out between two friends.
With voters pointing to concerns about former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s honesty, former Gov. Jeb Bush and U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio have gained ground on the Democrat in the presidential race in Florida, according to a poll released Tuesday.
Poll numbers, set to be released Tuesday, may provide some insight into Florida, and other swing states’, presidential race.
Jim goes one-on-one with the congresswoman days after her announcement that she will not run for the U.S. Senate in 2016 and instead will seek re-election to her seat in the U.S. House. The two also discuss the 2016 presidential election, specifically Hillary & Jeb. They also touch on international topics including Netanyahu’s re-election and U-S-Israeli relations, Iran nukes and the historic change in U.S.-Cuba relations.
Jeb Bush reportedly used his private email account when he served as Florida governor to discuss security and military issues.
University of Miami President Donna Shalala will be recommended as the President and CEO of the Clinton Foundation, former President Bill Clinton confirmed at an event on campus Friday night.
Follow CBSMIAMI.COM: Facebook | Twitter TALLAHASSEE (NSF) – Several years ago, Florida lawmakers couldn’t set the state’s presidential primary date early enough in the calendar — sometimes breaking rules to make sure the Sunshine State would be close […]
Jeb Bush was preparing to release the emails he sent and received as Florida governor when he was excoriated by a letter-writer to The Miami Herald.
Nearly a third of Florida Republican voters support former Gov. Jeb Bush in a hypothetical presidential primary involving a lengthy list of GOP candidates, according to a new Quinnipiac University poll.