Hope for Republican President Marco Rubio has been attacked by several Republican rivals for the party’s nomination to run for the White House, in an irritating debate for ABC.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie described Marco Rubio, a growing poll force, as inexperienced and a screenwriter.
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, also attacked by Donald Trump and Jeb Bush, responded by attacking President Barack Obama.
The debate in New Hampshire comes four days before the state elects its candidate for president in each party.
Several of the seven Republicans on the scene have bet a lot on this state of affairs, and the pressure seems to have provoked several points of conflict.
One of the most witnessing moments of the Manchester debate was when Chris Christie lambed Marco Rubio.
“You didn’t take part in a subsequent decision in which you had to be held accountable, you just didn’t,” said Chris Christie.
The governor of New Jersey accused Marco Rubio of “homelessness”, omitting Senate votes, and said that his eloquent speeches were ineffective in improving the life of an American.
However, Marco Rubio, who was a strong third in the February 1 vote in Iowa, attacked him for not returning immediately to New Jersey from the campaign trail during the recent snowstorm.
The night began strangely when Ben Carson missed his entrance to the debate and was left standing in the wings of the debate leaders ABC News.
When it finally started, the candidates sharpened their differences on issues such as national security, immigration and abortion.
Polls in New Hampshire suggest that Donald Trump, who has no political experience but finished second in the February 1 vote in Iowa, is ahead.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, who, like Donald Trump, works on an anti-establishment platform, was the winner in Iowa.
However, Marco Rubio’s strong third has made him a target of the others.
Donald Trump has resolutely rejected one of Marco Rubio’s counterattacks under pressure in the debate that President Barack Obama is deliberately changing the character of the United States.
“I think so.” [Barack Obama] he has no idea what he’s doing. And our country is going to hell. So, I just want to say that we do not agree on this. “
Jeb Bush also put the boot on his former protégé in Florida, saying he was gifted, but in a way that reminded him of Barack Obama.
After New Hampshire on February 9, the remaining 50 states will have their turn in the coming weeks and months.
Each party officially announces its candidate for president at congresses in July, four months before the presidential election.