GOP Presidential Debaters Consider Their Secret Service Code Names In the GOP debate, there was time for one more question: If elected, what would be your secret service code name? Among the answers, Florida's Marco Rubio chose Gator and Donald Trump picked Humble.
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GOP Presidential Debaters Consider Their Secret Service Code Names

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GOP Presidential Debaters Consider Their Secret Service Code Names

GOP Presidential Debaters Consider Their Secret Service Code Names

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In the GOP debate, there was time for one more question: If elected, what would be your secret service code name? Among the answers, Florida's Marco Rubio chose Gator and Donald Trump picked Humble.

RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne. In the closing moments of the Republican debate, there was time for one more essential question. If elected president, what would be your Secret Service code name? Florida's Marco Rubio chose Gator. Carly Fiorina opted for the Triple Crown Secretariat. Scott Walker's? Harley. And Jeb Bush turned to Donald Trump as he said, ever ready, it's very high-energy, Donald. Trump's dream code name - Humble. It's MORNING EDITION.

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