Who Won a Debate? Attacks on Donald Trump Help Marco Rubio More

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Senator Marco Rubio of Florida and Donald J. Trump during a Republican presidential discuss Thursday night during a University of Houston.

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Donald J. Trump faced a fusillade of attacks from his Republican rivals during their discuss Thursday night, a final face-off before Super Tuesday subsequent week. Senator Marco Rubio assailed Mr. Trump’s record as a businessman and his trust of policy. Senator Ted Cruz called him a closet magnanimous in a crowd of ways. Mr. Trump responded forcefully and with a swell of schoolyard taunts. Many critics and commentators suspicion that Mr. Rubio was a transparent leader on Thursday night, though pronounced that his newfound toughness might have come too late.

“Won tonight: Rubio. Broke even: Trump. Lost: Cruz. Off fishing: Kasich, Carson.” — Nicholas Thompson, editor, TheNewYorker.com

“Rubio is murdering it.” — Glenn Beck, regressive speak radio horde who supports Ted Cruz

“Rubio hoax of Trump was priceless. Loved it when he twirled his arms to illustrate ‘the lines.’ Very effective. He stood adult to bully.” — Max Boot, comparison associate during a Council on Foreign Relations

“The many critical thing to know is for people who attend Trump rallies, a attacks by Rubio and Cruz countenance all he says.” — Matthew Dickinson, domestic scholarship highbrow during Middlebury College

“For many of a night, Donald Trump physically sweated as Cruz and Rubio tag-teamed him. Rubio, frankly, did a improved pursuit of gripping his eye on a prize. Cruz let a few opportunities go though aggressive and got dreaming by perplexing to make points about Rubio.” — Eric Erickson, regressive blogger for The Resurgent

“Rubio had a good night. He was good during severe Trump, generally when he mocked him for repeating himself. Turned a tables. Good to keep a grin by all Trump’s pushback. we trust Rubio has some-more than recovered from a Christie takedown of progressing in February.” — Ruth Sherman, a Connecticut-based open vocalization expert

“Blitzer loses. Cruz-Rubio tab organisation opposite Trump effective, though too late? Trump took large hits. Kasich blah. Goodbye, Ben.” — Mary Kissel, member of The Wall Street Journal editorial board

“Holy moly! Marco Rubio only tore into Donald Trump — and done him demeanour like an idiot.” — Van Jones, Democratic commentator for CNN

“This is degenerating into a food quarrel where no one looks good.” — Ramesh Ponnuru, comparison editor during a regressive National Review

“Tonight we saw another energetic discuss between a many different and well-qualified organisation of presidential possibilities in history.” — Reince Priebus, authority of a Republican National Committee