Could Marco Rubio Be Trump’s VP?

Ted Cruz’s announcement last week of his pick for Vice President, Carly Fiorina, in conjunction with Trump’s likely win in Indiana this evening, will undoubtedly spur new talk of potential VP picks for Donald Trump. Enter Marco Rubio, who has already been mentioned by Trump confidante Roger Stone as a potential pick for Trump’s VP. Rubio would be a great water-under-the-bridge candidate for Trump in terms of uniting his coalition with the GOP establishment. Trump himself has gone on record saying that he wants a VP with political experience in order to help him push his agenda in congress: “I do want somebody

Breaking News: Cruz to Pick Carly as Veep?

Gary Aminoff just tweeted the news: Senator Ted Cruz will make an announcement this afternoon that Carly Fiorina will be his VP running mate. — Gary Aminoff (@aminoff) April 27, 2016 Gary is Los Angeles regional co-chair for the Cruz campaign. Maggie Gallagher is a senior fellow at the American Principles Project and can be followed on Twitter @MaggieGallaghe.

Is This the Beginning of a Cruz-Rubio Bromance?

Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio may not have gotten along so well back when they were both vying for the GOP nomination. However, since Rubio suspended his campaign last month, the public relationship between the two has drastically improved. And this week, the good vibes hit an all-time high. First, during an interview on Tuesday with Mark Levin, Rubio echoed remarks he made last month, praising Cruz for being the only candidate actively campaigning who “fits that criteria” of being a truly conservative option for Republicans. And while the Senator from Florida was careful the next day to assure reporters

There Is Only One Choice for Vice President: Carly Fiorina

The roller coaster that is the Republican presidential race this year shows little sign of stopping before July’s nominating convention in Cleveland. None of the three remaining candidates has a definitive path to securing the 1,237 delegates needed to win on the first ballot. A contested convention seems increasingly likely. No one can predict who will emerge from that contest as the Republican nominee — Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, or someone else. What is crystal clear, however, is that the best vice-presidential choice for any candidate is Carly Fiorina. In her own presidential campaign, Fiorina emerged as a smart and

GOP Candidates Deny VP Interest As Veepstakes Heat Up

With the 2016 presidential primaries beginning to wind down, speculation is growing as to who the GOP nominee will eventually pick as a running mate. But current and recent candidates are doing their best to emphasize their lack of interest. Earlier this week, both John Kasich and Ted Cruz were asked about the possibility of joining a Donald Trump ticket – and both vociferously denied they would accept such an offer: “There is zero chance that I’d be vice president with either of them,” Kasich said in an interview on CNN. “Below zero, actually. Not interested.” Asked the same question