Republicans Having Doubts About Rubio
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Establishment Republicans say they're starting to worry about whether Marco Rubio is ready to stand up against the eventual Democratic presidential nominee after his poor finish in New Hampshire's primary election and his repetitive performance on the debate stage. [Full Story]
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