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Marco Rubio calls Hillary Clinton ‘yesterday’ at CPAC appearance

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Despite all the speculation, Marco Rubio made one thing clear during his 21-minute appearance at CPAC in suburban Washington, D.C., on Friday morning — he still hasn’t decided if he’s running for president. “I haven’t made that decision yet, Sean, but good try,” he said, smiling after moderator Sean Hannity asked him why he wanted to be president. He refused to respond to Hannity’s follow-up about where he stood on a scale of 1-to-100 on making such a decision. “I…

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Charlie Crist responds to President Obama’s meeting with Benjamin Netanyahu

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The Charlie Crist for U.S. Senate campaign today released a statement from Governor Crist regarding recent reports that President Obama “dumped [Benjamin Netanyahu] for dinner”: “I am troubled by news reports concerning Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s meeting with President Obama and White House officials,” said Gov. Crist. “The President has expressed concern that our foreign policy may give the impression that the United States favors Israel. “Note to Mr. President: We do favor Israel. We are allies. Israel has…

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538: Polling and voting in Iran

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This morning, voting began in Iran’s tenth Presidential election, which pits incumbent Mahmoud Ahmadinejad against three Guardian Council approved challengers. The main contest is between the more conservative President Ahmadinejad, and former Prime Minister Mir-Hossein Mousavi, who has billed himself as a moderate reformist. The two dark horse candidates, former Iranian Revolutionary Guard commander Mohsen Razaei and former Majlis (parliament) speaker Mehdi Karroubi, have each campaigned since the approval process ended on 20 May, but without making enough progress for…

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