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Marco Rubio Delivers Perfect Response When Asked About Working With Trump After 2016 Primary

Marco Rubio Delivers Perfect Response When Asked About Working With Trump After 2016 Primary

It has been very strange watching Republicans like John McCain lose their grasp on reality following Donald Trump’s election.

Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell, Lindsey Graham and many others have refused to unite as a party on more than one critical occasion.

Remember Reagan’s 11th commandment? What happened to that?

At some point, Republicans need to realize that going out of their way to attack the president does nothing but hurt the administration’s ability to get things done.

Marco Rubio put up a good fight against Trump in the presidential primary but it wasn’t his year when the votes were actually cast.

That doesn’t mean he can’t work with the guy.

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Marco sat down with Maria Bartiromo over the weekend and delivered a killer answer when she asked him about working with President Trump.

 

“When you’re competitors you go at each other. When the race is over, the race is over.”

On “Sunday Morning Futures,” Marco Rubio said discussion about his relationship with former primary rival President Donald J. Trump is “overblown.”

Posted by Fox News on Sunday, June 18, 2017

Yes. Spot on. That’s the kind of mentality that Republicans should adopt.

You don’t have to like Trump. In fact, I don’t care if you don’t. You are there to move legislation forward and support forward thinking policies. That’s it. Get it done.

Props to Marco for losing with grace and putting what’s best for the country before what’s best for him.

You don’t see that a lot these days.

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