In an interview with Florida reporters, Sen. Marco Rubio downplayed the complications from a possible presidential run against his mentor and friend, former Gov. Jeb Bush. “People who have worked together in the past, people who are friends, have ended up running for the office of the presidency,” he said.
In an interview with Florida reporters, Sen. Marco Rubio downplayed the complications from a possible presidential run against his mentor and friend, former Gov. Jeb Bush. “People who have worked together in the past, people who are friends, have ended up running for the office of the presidency,” he said. J. Scott Applewhite AP
In an interview with Florida reporters, Sen. Marco Rubio downplayed the complications from a possible presidential run against his mentor and friend, former Gov. Jeb Bush. “People who have worked together in the past, people who are friends, have ended up running for the office of the presidency,” he said. J. Scott Applewhite AP

Sen. Marco Rubio sees no problem in possible presidential run against friend, mentor, Jeb Bush

January 07, 2015 4:01 PM

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