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'Nightline' reports on the Crist-Rubio race

Clearly already drooling in anticipation at another Florida political train wreck, the broadcast news divisions Cristrubio are circling us like vultures since Gov. Charlie Crist announced his intention to run for the Senate as an independent. On Thursday, ABC's Nightline airs reports from a day in the life of Crist, as well a sit-down interview with presumptive Republican nominee Marco Rubio. The Rubio interview, by the way, was done in Coral Gables, probably violating 17 zoning laws. Tune in at 11:35 p.m. to see if the Gables has set up stocks at city hall to punish the offenders.


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