|Another damn debate and the four dweebs continue to scrap over who's better than Hillary Clinton.|
The Republican debate being hosted by CNN, Univision, The Salem Radio Network and Washington Times. The four candidates are in Miami doing their final stand before Super Duper Tuesday.
Florida and Ohio are big states and the prizes are so sweet. These are winner take all states and it's going to be an ugly fight for Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, John Kasich and Marco Rubio.
Today, Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) became the first U.S. Senator to endorse Ted Cruz for president. He came out for Cruz after the junk food media was wondering who Lee would turn to. Failed presidential candidate Carly Fiorina has also came out and endorsed Cruz. Conservative agitator Mark Levin once again said that Ted Cruz is the "most conservative" candidate in this race. He finally decided to endorse the Republican for president.
Cruz is trailing by 100 delegates against Trump. Trump's three wins has increased his lead. Trump has 1/3 of the delegates in the bag.
Then the biggest endorsement for Donald Trump, the failed presidential candidate Ben Carson will endorse the billionaire on Friday at an event. The former neurosurgeon blames Cruz for ruining his chances at winning the election.
Ohio's governor John Kasich has to make a message that he is the adult in the room. Ohio is extremely competitive for him. He's leading in one poll which is giving him an ounce of hope for his struggling campaign. Trump is leading by 5 points or higher in Ohio.
In Florida, Marco Rubio is desperate for a huge win. Trump and Cruz have called for Rubio to drop out and endorse one of them. Rubio refuses to drop out and he's planning on going even harder on them.
Many Republicans fear that Trump and Cruz could drive crucial voters from their party with their nationalist and rigid rhetoric.
The Florida senator has the most to lose.
If the struggling candidates fails at winning Florida or Ohio, it may be over for the Rubio and Kasich.
Watch the debate live if it's available on YouTube. But also, here's Mike Lee endorsing Ted Cruz today.