Republicans go on the attack in feisty presidential debate
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush recommended rival Marco Rubio resign his Senate seat on Wednesday at a testy economic debate patented by numerous personal attacks and numerous heated clashes over tax policy.
With time running diminutive until the first nominating contest in three months, the 10 Republicans in the evening’s main debate were concerned to stand out, and numerous were fast to bound to the attack. The candidates often talked over each other and the moderators in their hurriedness to make points.
Rubio, a U.S. senator from Florida, defended his record of missing about one-third of his Senate votes this year while campaigning for the White House and said a Florida newspaper’s call for him to resign was evidence of media bias.
Bush, a former Florida governor who was once considered a mentor to Rubio, was not buying the explanation.
“Just resign and let someone else take the job,” Bush said. “This is a six-year term, and you should be showing up to work. Was this a French work week?”
The Republicans are seeking their party’s nomination for the November 2016 election also clashed over their tax plans, with opinion poll front-runner Ben Carson defending his Bible-inspired proposals and former executive Carly Fiorina vowing to reduce the complicated tax code to three pages.
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