The Twitter verdicts of leading pundits
Marco Rubio isn’t ready for prime time. Let the panic begin.
— Taegan Goddard (@politicalwire) February 7, 2016
What makes Rubio's performance even more perplexing, he seemed unprepared for the attacks even though it was telegraphed all week
— Chuck Todd (@chucktodd) February 7, 2016
Trump, Kasich, Jeb and Christie all had good nights.
— Joe Scarborough (@JoeNBC) February 7, 2016
After his surprisingly close 3rd place in Iowa all the narrative in the GOP Race has been about the young Florida Senator Marco Rubio.
The polls since have been have been good and he was widely being tipped as the one who could stop Trump. That was before the final TV debate that ended a few hours ago in New Hampshire.
The Tweets above from leading commentators speak for themselves. It was alaways likely that Rubio would be the one who’d take the most flack and he flunked it.
So who will benefit? In New Hampshire that looks like be Trump and possibly Kasich who has been polling reasonably well in the state.
This ain’t over till it’s over.