Republican presidential hopeful Sen. Marco Rubio, left, R-Fla., laughs with Charlie Rose as he speaks to members and guests of the Council on Foreign Relations in New York. Rubio called for increasing military spending and for the U.S. to aggressively confront Russia, China and others that he says threaten the nation's economic interests.
Republican presidential hopeful Sen. Marco Rubio, left, R-Fla., laughs with Charlie Rose as he speaks to members and guests of the Council on Foreign Relations in New York. Rubio called for increasing military spending and for the U.S. to aggressively confront Russia, China and others that he says threaten the nation's economic interests. Mary Altaffer AP
Republican presidential hopeful Sen. Marco Rubio, left, R-Fla., laughs with Charlie Rose as he speaks to members and guests of the Council on Foreign Relations in New York. Rubio called for increasing military spending and for the U.S. to aggressively confront Russia, China and others that he says threaten the nation's economic interests. Mary Altaffer AP

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