Vox on 20th published an article by Andrew Prokop which asked as to why the Republican race looked more and more like Donald Trump vs. Marco Rubio. Mr. Prokop mentioned that Marco Rubio seems to be the last candidate who is contesting against Donald Trump now that even Jeb Bush has withdrawn his name.
Vox on the same date published another article by Matthew Yglesias where the author wrote about why he is worried about Marco Rubio than Donald Trump. The reason given for worry is Marco Rubio's budget math. Yglesias mentions that Rubio has proposed a tax cut that will reduce federal revenue by $6.8 trillion over 10 years. Along with that Rubio is also proposing no cuts to social security and medicare for people currently at or near retirement. To top it all he is proposing a balanced budget amendment to the Constitution.
Jim Geraghty asked a pertinent question while writing for National Review. He asked how Hillary Clinton will fare against Donald Trump when she can't face Bernie Sanders' angry populist campaign in the Democratic primaries. Problem faced by Hillary Clinton is that she is losing voters in the age group of 17 to 29 years by 68 points and those from the age group of 30 to 44 by 27 points. Democratic voters find Sanders more honest and caring about people.
Salon published an article about Jeb Bush's disastrous campaign coming to an end and it appearing like distinct era of Republican Party politics left stage with him. Salon published article written by Elias Isquith which mentions that for around five decades the Bush family has tried to ride the conservative movement and despite embodying so much of the kind of patrician, New England-style Republicanism that conservative movement stands against the Bushes had mostly profited from the relationship. However, that is now all over.
As the nomination race for the Republican Party is closing it was interesting to hear from Greg Gutfeld the famous TV personality that for him Marco Rubio is the "safe date" while Trump is popular as he is the "bad boy". For Fox News Insider he further elaborated that Trump wins big with people for telling it like it is while Marco Rubio wins on electability.
Sabrina Siddiqui and Maria L La Ganga while writing for The Guardian mention that Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio arrived in Nevada with distinctly different pitches as to why each one of them should be considered the most viable challenger to their party's frontrunner Donald Trump. Authors mention that Rubio who has spent his childhood in Nevada and where half the population is minorities pitched about the support he has from South Carolina's Governor Nikki Haley and Senator Tim Scoot. For Ted Cruz the pitch was to end the persecution of religious liberty if he was sworn in as the US President.