The Wall Street Journal explains to readers that Mr. Trump “isn’t soliciting campaign donations and has accused rivals of becoming ‘puppets’ of their wealthy donors,” which is exactly the case. And it is Marco Rubio, like Newt Gingrich in the last presidential cycle, whose name comes up most prominently when the name Sheldon Adelson arises.
The WSJ, quoting Rubio on Adelson: “We talk to him quite a bit on the phone and different things like that. … I won’t see him tonight or tomorrow, but we’ve got a longstanding relationship and friendship. And I am sure we’ll continue to communicate.”
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