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Biden says the U.S. needs to get tough with China; reaction of Florida sen. Marco Rubio.
Do not allow yourself to catch a reporter from the Grey lady, she smiled, rally is a trump card.
Senator Marco Rubio hit back in a New York Times reporter, according to the writers tweeted that it was “very strange,” the Florida senator “smile and giggle” in the president’s re-election rally in Orlando Tuesday evening.
“BREAK,” Rubio tweeted mockingly in response to Michael Barbaro. “In an unprecedented move, a Republican Senator participated in a rally in his home state, in support of the re-election of a Republican President.”
In another tweet addressed to Barbaro, he aligned himself with several of the policy of the President. To confront “in contrast to smile & giggle at a rally for a radical liberal candidate for President, the undo policy of China, reduced regulations & taxes, defend freedom in Venezuela & the protection of the unborn?”, he asked, rhetorically.
Rubio also Barbaro called, write that after weeks of coverage, which revealed to him in the year 2015, the reporter, “that my wife had the ticket, and I had a fishing boat, and my house has big Windows.”
Tensions between Rubio and Trump were primary in the middle of the 2016 Republican if Rubio called Trump, the man “with the worst spray tan in America,” and joked with a rally crowd that then-candidate Trump wet his pants during a debate and had small hands.
Trump called him “Little Marco,” said the Senator, “choked like a dog” at a debate and “could not dog catcher elected” in Florida. Rubio fell out of the race, after he lost in his home state of Trump in the double digits.