Little Marco: My campaign wouldn’t survive its manager hurting a reporter

Either would Trump’s.

Fortunately there’s video now that proves Corey Lewandowsky did not assault Michelle Fields.
In fact, she didn’t even flinch when he stepped past her at last week’s Jupiter presser.

Today Marco Rubio said his campaign wouldn’t survive if his manager was hurting a reporter.


And after tomorrow it’s not likely his campaign survives anyway.
The Hill reported:

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) on Monday suggested his White House operation would fold if its campaign manager bruised a reporter, as a journalist alleges of GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump’s top aide.

“Somehow there’s a double standard here in all of this,” he said on “The Mike Gallagher Show.” “If my campaign manager had done that, my campaign would be over. I would have had to quit that very day.”

Breitbart reporter Michelle Fields resigned late Sunday over the conservative website’s handling of her claim that Trump’s campaign manager physically clutched her arm last week.

Fields accused Corey Lewandowski of bruising her arm during an incident on March 8, even filing a police report against the major Trump staffer.

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