Syndicated talk show host Laura Ingraham weighs in on Marco Rubio's collapsing poll numbers.
LAURA INGRAHAM: A week ago [Marco Rubio] told Savannah Guthrie on The "Today Show" that he had "no regrets" about the personal stuff or the policy differences. I don't think any of it really mattered. He didn't look comfortable doing it. He was doing Trump to Trump. That didn't work. He has that boy wonder kind of image. He's a policy guy. "America is the greatest country in the earth." So that was an odd concept.
I think what people are missing about Rubio's decline are issues. If Rubio was the Rubio of 2010 and took down Charlie Crist and had thousands of people from across the country donating, if that was the Rubio we saw today, I think Rubio would be sitting in a very enviable position. But Rubio became more of a person on the issues motivating voters. they can in Michigan and Ohio. Trade and immigration. I think those issues really, really in the end damaged him.