It seems so long ago that the Senator from Florida, Marco Rubio, stood next Donald Trump on the debate stage. Fact is, it wasn’t much more than a month ago when Rubio’s campaign suddenly dropped off the cliff.
Rubio tried going toe to toe with Trump — telling jokes about Trump’s small hands — but he was no challenge to Trump and it all backfired. Rubio came across looking like a child and unfit for the presidency.
Despite the friction between Trump and Rubio, the presumptive GOP nominee has said that he would consider Rubio as a running mate. Marco Rubio responded today by distancing himself from such a role.
The Senator on Tuesday declined to offer Donald Trump a formal endorsement and said he’s not interested in being Trump’s vice president, although he will support the GOP nominee in accordance with a pledge he made during the primary fight.
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