This was the day that could make or break several presidential campaigns for Democrats and Republicans. Tuesday's primaries ended Marco Rubio's 2016 presidential dream and provided Hillary Clinton a win in Ohio and perhaps an unstoppable path to a nomination. And when does Donald Trump keep his promise to be more "presidential"? Now the campaigns review, adjust and move on.
After a conference call with Rubio on Tuesday night, Jason Roe, a consultant for the Florida senator's campaign, said he could see Rubio running for president again. "The world is his oyster," Roe said. Despite polls showing Rubio trailing in his home state, Roe said he had been hopeful that as voters saw more of Trump's behavior, they'd back the senator. "But people are angry with an establishment they think has failed them. And Donald Trump is a big middle finger to that establishment," he said.