Sen. Marco RubioMarco RubioAt CPAC, Trump lashes out at media Conquering Trump returns to conservative summit Rubio brushes off demonstrator asking about town halls MORE, considered a top candidate to be Mitt Romney’s running mate, has a secret he’s not sharing with anyone. He cryptically explained to ITK, “It’s a surprise. I’m not going to tell you, because that’ll ruin the surprise.”
That’s right — the Florida Republican is keeping his lips completely sealed about his plans for … Mother’s Day.
But the dad of four did disclose he has an accomplice in plotting the Sunday surprise: “My daughter’s now old enough to come up with ideas.”
Sen. Amy KlobucharAmy KlobucharDrug importation won't save dollars or lives Senators ask feds for ‘full account’ of work to secure election from cyber threats Sanders, not Trump, is the real working-class hero MORE (D-Minn.) tells us the Mother’s Day activity her husband and daughter have planned will likely come as no shock to her: “Usually we go to brunch. And usually they have some kind of gifts.”
But Klobuchar says her family’s mom-centric traditions have changed slightly since she started serving in the upper chamber in 2007: “It used to be, in our easier days, before I had this job, we would always plant the flowers on Mother’s Day. And now that has gotten slightly delayed.”
The flowers the bunch would usually plant? “Oh, just like annuals,” said Klobuchar, before adding with a smile that she prefers a particularly colorful kind — “impatiens — which fits me.”
Sen. John McCainJohn McCainDrug importation won't save dollars or lives Dem rep Charlie Crist files for divorce Why the GOP cannot sweep its Milo scandal under the rug MORE (R-Ariz.) also has blooming buds on the brain for Mother’s Day. The lawmaker, 75, admits that after all these years, it’s pretty tough to come up with new ideas for his 100-year-old mom, Roberta.
But bouquets seem to be the go-to gift for McCain’s mom: “I hope we’ll think of something appropriate. Flowers for sure.”