Marco Rubio

March 17, 2016 4:18 PM

Marco Rubio: 'I'm not running for governor of Florida'

Marco Rubio reported back for work at the U.S. Senate

Rubio said he won’t run for governor and ruled out being vice-president

“I’m going to be a private citizen in January.”

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