Some conservative staff on the Hill think the shutdown and debt debate have cemented Cruz’s place as the Tea Party’s wunderkind, according to The National Review—a spot that was previously held by Senator Marco Rubio of Florida. This morning, the Review printed a collection of anonymous quotes from GOP aides saying disparaging things about Rubio’s supposedly conciliatory personality and, in particular, his push for comprehensive immigration reform, which so tarnished his standing on the right last spring. “The base wants a leader who they feel is not going to sell them out,” said one. “They’re deeply distrustful of the establishment, and immigration is one of those issues where the base feels they were sold out.”
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