Floridians who supported Marco Rubio, above, financially during the campaign for the presidency are now supporting Donald Trump since the primary, a Tampa Bay Times analysis of campaign finance data shows.
Floridians who supported Marco Rubio, above, financially during the campaign for the presidency are now supporting Donald Trump since the primary, a Tampa Bay Times analysis of campaign finance data shows. Alan Diaz AP
Floridians who supported Marco Rubio, above, financially during the campaign for the presidency are now supporting Donald Trump since the primary, a Tampa Bay Times analysis of campaign finance data shows. Alan Diaz AP

In a shift, Trump getting financial support from former Rubio Florida donors

September 03, 2016 04:22 PM

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