in the vicinityVideoRubio: 2020 Democrats have no solutions in English or Spanish
Florida sen. Marco Rubio says the presidential hopefuls on the Miami debate stage no answers to the real problems of the country.
Sen. Marco Rubio was unimpressed with what he heard, the half of the democratic presidential field on Wednesday night in the debate, namely, the answers on how to solve the border crisis does not make sense in “English or in Spanish.”
Rubio, R-Fla., Thursday appeared on “Fox & Friends” and took particular issue with the former Obama HUD Secretary Julian Castro, who argued that the illegal border should border-crossing a felony. The debate also featured former Rep. Beto O’rourke and Sen. Cory Booker speaking alternately Spanish.
“You want to fight for the abolition of the offence of limit, you’ to us now on the provision of more money to take care of people already here, you don’t want to do a little curls all over the laws actually the people here. But they have no answers how to fix it. You have no answers to English, you said don ‘ T have a reply in Spanish,” Rubio.
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The debate was carried out in Rubio’s home state of Florida in Miami, where 10 other candidates, including frontrunner Joe Biden, Sen. Bernie Sanders, and Pete Buttigieg, compete in the night on Friday.
2016 presidential candidate, said he was impressed by the fact that Latin America is an important topic that many in his condition – was hardly mentioned in the discussion.
“Not a single candidate is trying to interject, something about Latin America. Not about Cuba, not about the crisis or the terrible tragedy in Venezuela, or the terrible things that happen in Nicaragua. I think it tells you they care or not comfortable talking about about these issues. I thought that was revealing,” he said.
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Rubio is a party to the said cross-bill from the Senate, signed by President Trump, in contrast to the house, adopted the draft law at the beginning of this week to address the border crisis. He said there are some “left-wing” Democrats in both chambers, the rays of the trump management of migrants, but refuse to support the funding that is needed to improve the situation.
“It is an incredibly hypocritical comment,” he said.