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Donald Trump over-performed with Latino and Latina voters during the 2020 election. Latino Rebels asked both Latinos in the Senate GOP caucus, Marco Rubio (FL) and Ted Cruz (TX), to explain the rightward shift in Latino voters during last year’s presidential election.
Marco Rubio Sends (Yet Another) Unverified Venezuela Tweet, Blaming Power Outage on a ‘German Dam,’ Unaware That ‘Germán Dam’ Is a Journalist
Step away from the Twitter, senator.
“Therefore, despite my reservations, I will support Mr. Tillerson’s nomination in committee and in the full Senate.”
Rubio and Cruz have engaged in a vitriol debate over their disdain towards undocumented immigrants.
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.
Marco Rubio is not a sellout, but the product of an old conservative Cuban-American ideology and ethnic white privilege.
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.
The senator from Florida, like many Latino Republicans, opposes the same programs that helped him and his family succeed.
Dear Senator Marco Rubio, I must say that much of your announcement yesterday resonated with me. I saw a lot of myself in you. I also reminisce on the keys dangling outside the door at midnight when my father got back from work. What did you say about el “sueño americano”? I know it well. […]
Twitter is now the go-to place to confront each other in public, especially when it comes to the ongoing debate on immigration reform. Today is no different, as you will see from the following thread which started when the Twitter profile of America’s Voice, a pro-immigration DC group, got a tweet back from the Twitter […]
Jay-Z’s ‘Open Letter’ About Cuba Gets Responses from Pitbull, Marco Rubio, Phil Lord, and a Lame FOX News Personality
It all started after Jay-Z quickly recorded an “Open Letter” to his critics for having visited Cuba with his wife Beyoncé. The hip-hop megastar had many lines, including one that speaks to what he is suggesting is the U.S. hypocrisy when it comes to US-Cuba relations: “I’m in Cuba, I love Cubans. This communist talk […]
This morning Florida senator Marco Rubio (R) made the Sunday talk-show circuit to talk immigration. Here is his appearance on CBS’ “Face the Nation.” Rubio is “hopeful” that an immigration agreement will be announced this week. What follows are some selected quotes of what Rubio said today: I think this bill answers all of the […]
Just when we thought that Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) was going out on a limb and telling the world that Pitbull ain't no Tupac or Eminem (TRUTH!), a story by NBC Latino published today just proves that Rubio is just another politician who likes to offer music critiques and delete tweets. Now the Miami native is […]
Today on "Meet the Press", Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) once again avoided answering direct questions. Does he have the political cojones to just say what he writes in his book, where he suggests that people might not be so worked up about the politics and complexities of immigration if most immigrants came from Canada instead […]
Tonight, Univision's Jorge Ramos interviewed Senator Marco Rubio. It gets testy and intense… and, yes, the interview sounds better in Spanish. They talk about several topics, including Rubio's politics and the whole Univision controversy. Here it is:
Here is the full video of what Florida Republican Senator Marco Rubio had to say about immigration and the GOP at Friday's Hispanic Leadership Network conference in Miami. This first video shows NO SOMOS RUBIOS members interrupting Senator Rubio's speech. The other two clips show his entire speech.
Marco Rubio and his fellow Republicans must stop the political games and work in a bipartisan manner to either protect DREAMers, or be responsible for the demise of a program that has changed lives, strengthened our nation, and reflected the best of who we are as a people.
“They don’t want Internet in Cuba because they think it endangers their servers,” Rubio told Latino Rebels on Monday. “They have servers on the island. They want to do business there. That’s the problem with them.”
“If you have balloons, it has an omnidirectional signal. I know the balloon is there. I know the signal comes down. I block it,” said Menendez, who like Rubio, is of Cuban descent.
Latino Rebels asked some senators on Monday afternoon at the Capitol if the United States should reconsider its relationship with Colombian President Iván Duque Márquez, who has been criticized for his lack of response towards the violence but has also called for dialogue with national strike leaders.