Nov 14, 2015

AP Exclusive: Democrats see Rubio and Kasich as 2016 threats

WASHINGTON (AP) — Bring on Donald Trump, and Ben Carson, too. That's what Democratic insiders are saying about the Republican outsiders who sit solidly atop preference polls in the race for the GOP nomination for president. They are far more worried about GOP candidates who have experience in office, with Marco Rubio cited most often as the strongest potential competition for their overwhelming...

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