- The Washington Times - Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Sen. Marco Rubio hammered away at the “mainstream media” in the third GOP presidential debate, casting it as a propaganda machine for Hillary Clinton and the Democratic party.

The rise of super PACs, which can raise unlimited amounts of money on behalf of a presidential candidate but cannot coordinate with their campaigns, have come under fire from members of both parties — including Donald J. Trump, who described them in the debate as a “disaster” and a “scam.”

But Mr. Rubio have a different take.

“The Democrats have the ultimate super PAC, it is called the mainstream media,” Mr. Rubio said, before panning the way the mainstream media has handled Mrs. Clinton.

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