A new story by Brian E. Crowley for Columbia Journalism Review begins this way:
Whenever Sean Hannity interviews Marco Rubio, he gushes like 12-year old smitten with the girl next-door. Hannity’s beating heart could be heard as he swooned through an introduction of the Florida GOP senator during his March 28 broadcast on Fox News.
After exploring Hannity's apparent love affair with Marco Rubio, the story goes on to look at the reporting that was done by the Tampa Bay Times Adam Smith and Alex Leary:
. . .no one, until this week, has looked beyond Rubio’s insistence that he is not trying to position himself to get the job. In a smartly done story, Smith and Leary took a closer look at the actions of Rubio and his advisers—and they conclude that Rubio has in fact been positioning himself to become the vice presidential nominee.
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