Sen. Marco Rubio (@marcorubio), a Florida Republican, tells CNN en Español’s Juan Carlos Lopez (@jclopezcnn) that Democrats don't want the immigration issue solved before Election Day.
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The Sunday, April 29th edition of FAREED ZAKARIA GPS included an interview with former National Security Adviser Brent Scowcroft (Gerald Ford and George H.W. Bush Administrations), about current national security challenges and the state of the Republican party. On the latter, Scowcroft answered his critics who say he is no longer a Republican and says he feels there is room for people who share his views inside the party – and that the party has been through evolutions before but history suggests it will evolve to a moderate place. The exchange from this portion of the interview is below:
FAREED ZAKARIA: Are you comfortable with the Republican Party these days?
BRENT SCOWCROFT: Well, many parts of the party call me a RINO. FULL POST
DCCC chair Rep. Steve Israel (D-NY) discusses Illinois GOP primary and winning the the white collar, 'moderate, independent, suburban' vote over Republicans.
He says, "Mitt Romney can't even seal the deal with himself because there are so many Mitt Romneys."
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The four GOP candidates face off on immigration, health care and tax reports during the CNN debate in Jacksonville. From 11 million grandmothers, bike rides in the Texas heat, and Frannie Mae and Freddie Mac, this debate showed the candidates are still fighting for the Republican nomination.
Wolf Blitzer asks the candidates whether or not they would release their medical records. Ron Paul says he is ready to be oldest president of the United States and challenges the other three GOP candidates to a 25-mile bike ride in the Texas heat.
During the GOP debate, Mitt Romney says he doubts he was associated with an ad criticizing Gingrich for calling Spanish "the language of the ghetto". Wolf Blitzer references the ad and confirms that Romney approved the ad.
Newt Gingrich goes after Mitt Romney about his investments during the CNN GOP debate in Jacksonville, Florida. Romney, in turn, brings up Gingrich's involvement with Frannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Mitt Romney asks Newt Gingrich to apologize for his remarks in which he described Romney as the most anti-immigrant GOP candidate. Romney responds to Gingrich by saying he is not anti-immigrants, and that notion is 'inexcusable' and 'repulsive'.
Tonight at 8pm, CNN will begin the final debate before the Florida primary, and here's a sneak peek at the opening sequence. Tune into CNN for complete coverage, or, if you're not at a television, watch it online at cnn.com/live or on any of CNN's mobile apps.