Barring a late surge from Bernie Sanders, the next Republican nominee is sure to confront questions about Hillary Clinton’s experience. Marco Rubio, for example, was asked during Tuesday night’s GOP debate why voters should trust him over an opposing candidate (Clinton) with such “an impressive resume.”
It was essentially a softball question, but instead of answering it, Rubio dissembled into stump speech rhetoric, while mentioning Clinton only in passing:
Donald Trump’s latest epic memoir, Crippled America: How to Make America Great Again, is taking the nation by storm. Trump fans (full disclosure: this author is a Trump campaign donor) are hoping its massive success can propel him out of second place in the national polling average.
One of Trump’s main rivals, Florida senator Marco Rubio, also wrote a book that came out earlier this year. We asked our literary analysts to determine how American Dreams: Restoring Economic Opportunity for Everyone stacks up against Crippled America.
Here’s what they found: