Rubio Defends Repeated Attack on Obama: 'I'm Going to Keep Saying It'

The Republican candidate for president defended his debate repetitiveness on "This Week."
9:09 | 02/07/16

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home is breaking up and continuing through the overnight hours. By 5:00 tomorrow morning, it is beginning to wind down except for our coastal regions and far north and east. When all is said and done, we are expecting between two and four inches. You get through the inside, we are talking between four to seven inches. Down long of the south shore toward plymouth, this is where we could see seven inches plus in some locations. We could be talking 10 inches or upward of a foot if we get that ocean and enhancement to develop. It's not just the snow, we have strong winds as it ramps up through the day on Monday. That could lead to coastal flooding and potential power outages. When gusts in excess of 40 miles an hour could lead to blizzard conditions. If we get three hours or more. With the heavy and wet snow in the forecast, as you are close to 32 degrees, we could see some power outages as tree limbs are taken down. Then it is the coastal flood watch we are watching. We could see pockets of minor coastal flooding. This storm system pulls away by Tuesday morning and here comes the next one. Lingering snow showers for Tuesday morning and watch what happens with this 1 -- it goes farther off shore and I think it will be cold enough for snow. That's about it. Monday is the main some. Some light snow showers and an arctic front that turns much colder for next weekend. Antoinette: A check of the stories we are following right now. Doug: In a special announcement on state run north Korean TV, the announcer said the country has put a satellite into orbit with a successful rocket launch and that technology could target the U.S. The country test of a hydrogen bomb last night. The country says they have begun to discuss possible deployment of a missile defense system in South Korea. Antoinette: In Taiwan, survivors are still being pulled from the rubble is a death toll continues to rise. More than two dozen people were killed in the magnitude 6.4 earthquake. Doug: Chipotle closing all of its chains for a few hours to host a national meeting tomorrow. They will thank their workers were implementing their food safety programs and outline what has made things safer after a Nora virus hurt the chain. The restaurants will be closed from 11:00 until 3:00. Bob: May be magic is back at the garden. The Bruins and Celtics have losing records at home and now they won six in a row at home. Now they win in overtime. The Bruins and sabres for the second time. Louis Erickson finishes. The sabres even it up. They went into overtime and tied 121. -- Tied one to one. The penalty shot, he scores. Nine goals in nine games. The Celtics are back in action with Demarcus cousins at the garden today at 1:00. That's a look at sports. Doug: Have you decided on lunch yet? Pizza hut getting ready today with some bling, setting the gold standard for pizza in honor of super bowl 50. They have created a pizza topped with 24 caret gold. It is topped with $100 worth of edible 24 caret gold in honor of the game's golden anniversary. Customers in seven states, including Rhode Island, can win one of the 50 pies. Antoinette: Call me simple, but all I want is meat lovers pizza with a dozen wings and blue cheese. No need for the gold. Doug: Not even sober? Now that we are talking food, we do have some stunning Numbers for you. Antoinette: Just how many chicken wings will be gobbled up today? A stomach turning look of what will be got hold up across the country today. And a new twist may complicate a tax scam alert. Doug: Beautiful blue skies and Worcester right now, but Danielle says don't get used to it Danielle: Welcome back. I want to say hello to the women's group at Boston Latin high school. They were a great group. They had a lot of interesting stories to tell and I told them some. Here's what's going on for the next 12 hours. Temperatures warming up into the mid-40's. Those wins turning to the north and east ahead of our storm system. Storm number one is what we are focused on. Looks like the latest model bringing in slightly later, so by lunchtime, things are starting to ramp up and that ride home will be a snowy one. Antoinette: It is super bowl

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