Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla. pauses while addressing CPAC in National Harbor, Md., Saturday, March 5, 2016. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen)
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Joe: Marco Rubio gets massacred

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Marco Rubio lost every state on Super Saturday, with Ted Cruz scoring big wins in Kansas and Maine and Donald Trump picking up Louisiana and Kentucky. At this point, what does this mean for the senator from Florida? Joe Scarborough’s advice to Rubio: Save your political career and end your campaign now. 

Joe writes in The Washington Post

“Super Saturday” ended up being a Saturday night massacre for Marco Rubio. The establishment’s landslide choice to win the GOP nomination no longer seems capable of even finishing in second place. If the Florida senator wants to salvage his political career, it is time that his quixotic quest for the White House comes to an end. … 

The senator still has time to salvage a political career damaged by his lackluster presidential campaign. But that won’t still be the case if Rubio hangs around this race long enough to be embarrassed by Donald Trump in his home state of Florida. If that were to be the case, the once promising senator would be forced to live out his professional life as a Beltway lobbyist or worse yet, endure the grim existence of being a cable news host.

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Joe: Marco Rubio gets massacred

Updated