Marco Rubio Unveils a Stunning Transformation from the ‘Little Marco’ who Lost to Trump to Elite MAGA Supporter

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) went on NBC’s Meet the Press last weekend and, dang… we kind of like this new and improved version of the Florida Senator. He manhandled the host of the show and turned every single one of her ultra-liberal “gotcha” questions around on him. Rubio comes across as much more forceful than the little guy who got clobbered on the debate stage by Donald Trump back in 2016.

A lot of rumors are swirling right now about who Donald Trump will choose for his running mate this year. For some bizarre reason, Rubio is on the list that people are talking about.

Have none of these people ever read the Constitution? Seriously?

 

Donald Trump and Marco Rubio both live in the same state. The candidates running for president and vice president on the same ticket cannot live in the same state. It’s in the 12th Amendment. Rubio is not going to be Donald Trump’s nominee. Neither is Governor Ron DeSantis.

One of the surprising things about Rubio’s appearance on Meet the Press was his support for Trump’s plan to deport 20 million illegal aliens. Those of us who are older can remember when Rubio got rolled by Chuck Schumer back in 2013 when the Senate tried to pass a mass amnesty plan. Rubio has obviously learned his lesson since then.

Check out the new and improved Senator from Florida, who is not going to be Trump’s running mate:


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