How both Cuban-American senators are trying to win the Republican nomination by downplaying their Latino immigrant identities, and how that should hurt them in the general election.
Both Republican senators have come out against the U.S. taking in Syrian refugees after last week’s Paris attacks, even as tens of thousands of Cuban refugees stream across the Texas border.
GOP presidential candidate and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio may have said more than he meant to during a recent interview.
The senator from Florida, like many Latino Republicans, opposes the same programs that helped him and his family succeed.
An exposé on how Cuban immigrants are gaming the U.S. welfare system also reveals that life under socialism is not nearly as bad as the Cuba lobby would have us believe.
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio went to a sweltering Puerto Rico in his bid for the White House. But what are his chances?