After almost all the states were called during Super Tuesday when (Minnesota hadn't been called for Rubio yet) Megyn Kelly began her interview with Roboto by stating the obvious.
Kelly: Senator Marco Rubio, vowing to press on with his campaign. He hoped for a big night tonight, managed a close second place finish in Virginia, and he joins us live now...
Rubio: Good Evening
Kelly: So, your reaction to what many have described here on this channel tonight is a disappointing night or you. Not managing to pull out a victory in Virginia not any other state so far.
I think the analysis has to be recalibrated.
It was refreshing to see someone try to inject honesty into Rubio's campaign, who spoke on Super Tuesday as if they now have a clear path to victory when there is little hope of him being the nominee, especially after Cruz won three states. Ted is more likely the number two man in the race now. If Trump keeps his twenty point lead over Roboto in Florida on March 15th his campaign will officially be over.
This morning on MSNBC, Andrea Mitchell also said that Rubio had a horrific night as a candidate on Super Tuesday.
Mitchell: Marco Rubio had arguably one of the worst nights, with the exception of Minnesota...
Gabe, he's putting a big spin on it, but this was a really bad night for Marco Rubio, any way you cut it.