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Marco Rubio Weighs in on Kanye West, Drake Beef
“He’s an interesting guy,” he explained. “Actually he’s in the middle of that Pusha T and Drake fight cause he...No Drake comes from...That thing is so complicated,” he said.
Marco Rubio Reinforces Herb Status With Comments On Kanye West’s ‘ye’ Album
While you were enjoying your first Summer Friday outside of the office,Florida Senator Marco Rubiowas continuing to confirm his status as a lame. His official Twitter page finds the former presidential candidate in campaign mode, posting a video where he shares his unasked-for-thoughts aboutKanye We
Marco Rubio: Fatherhood is essential
Instead, it’s a reminder of an important aspect of parenting, and the obligations that come with raising children in America.
This Video of Marco Rubio Talking About Kanye Is Just Bleak
Senator Marco Rubio is sadly not up for reelection any time soon, but for some reason, he is still campaigning. In an apparent attempt to appeal to millennials, the Florida Republican posted a new video where he discusses his thoughts on Kanye West's new album, which he has not listened to, as well
Shut the f*ck up, Marco Rubio
What do you think of Kanye West’s new album?pic.twitter.com/w1207wVgZ0— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio)June 15, 2018
Marco Rubio: Hitting China with a 'Theft Tax’ is an ‘excellent move’ by Trump
President Trump’s imposition of tariffs on China amounts to a "Theft Tax’” that should protect U.S. innovators, according to a leading Senate Republican.“This is an excellent move by President Trump,” Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., said Friday. “China is systematically stealing the fruits of American inn
Marco Rubio wants to know why THIS from the IG report isn’t getting more focus in the media???
I wonder why this isn’t receiving more focus in the media reports: “In addition,we identified instances where FBI employees improperly received benefits from reporters,including tickets to sporting events,golfing outings,drinks & meals, & admittance to nonpublic social events.”— Marco Rubio (@marcor
Marco Rubio, Donald Trump, and "Total Weirdo" Kim Jong Un
In a remarkable exchange, a Fox News host asked Senator Marco Rubio (F-FL) if he wanted to clarify his criticism of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, because “some have seen them as a criticism of the president” of the United States.
Marco Rubio Admits 'I Was Wrong' About Occupational Licensing. Now, He's Pushing Reforms.
While in#Floridalegislature I voted for a bill that allowed state to suspend professional licenses of those who defaulted on student loans. I WAS WRONG. Today I filed a bill with@SenWarrento fix this. How can they pay back if they can't work?#Sayfie— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio)June 14, 2018
Falling behind on student loans? You could lose your license. Elizabeth Warren and Marco Rubio are trying to change that
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who has long been an advocate for debtors, during a hearing of the Senate Banking, Housing, And Urban Affairs Committee this past January on Capitol Hill.–Eric Thayer / The New York Times
Fox News doesn't understand why Marco Rubio would criticize 'total weirdo' dictator Kim Jong Un
Since the historic Tuesday summit watched around the world between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore, U.S. Senator Marco Rubio has not been shy about offering up his criticism of Kim.The Florida Republican took to Twitter eight times and appeared on national TV
Marco Rubio Hits Apple on iPhone Anti-Police Move
"Apple, who is very proud of how they are making it harder for American law enforcement to collect evidence from iPhones of criminals, had [no] problem turning over their entire cloud in China to the Chinese government,"the Florida Republican said on Twitter.
Marco Rubio defends Chick-fil-A against the ‘PC police'
Dorsey, also the founder of money transfer serviceSquare, apologized earlier this week for telling his followers to“boost”Chick-fil-A during Pride Month. The CEO of the fast food company hasnotorious anti-gay marriage views, and the company hasdonatedto anti-gay rights groups.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey apologizes for eating at Christian fastfood chain Chick-fil-A; Marco Rubio decries 'lunacy'
REUTERS/Mike SegarJack Dorsey, CEO and co-founder of Twitter and founder and CEO of Square, speaks at the Consensus 2018 blockchain technology conference in New York City, New York, U.S., May 16, 2018.
'The PC police have gone too far': Marco Rubio takes on Chick-fil-A controversy after Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey apologizes for posting about eating at the chain during Pride Month
andSquareCEOJack Dorseyignited a backlash online forposting that he had eaten at Chick-fil-A during Pride Month.Republican Sen. Marco Rubiohas now publicly taken a stand to supportChick-fil-A."This time, the PC police have gone too far," reads a fundraising email that was sent from Rubio to supporte
Sen. Marco Rubio slams media 'hypocrisy' over summit
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Marco Rubio's Rant Against Kim Jong Un Sounds A Lot Like Trump To Twitter
Rubio, who serves on the Senate foreign relations committee and the subcommittee on East Asia, was attempting to defend Trump’s meeting with the Korean dictator with a series of tweets.
Marco Rubio RIPS media over coverage of Trump-Kim summit; Also says Trump WRONG about #KJU being a talented guy
Presidents meeting with#KJUexposed incredible hypocrisy of many in media. When Obama did these things,he was described as enlightened. When Trump does it he is reckless & foolish. 1 yr ago they attacked Trump for leading us towards war,now attack for being too quick for peace— Marco Rubio (@marcorub
Marco Rubio, Who Blasted Obama's Castro Meeting, Is Cool With Trump's North Korea Love-Fest
But no! Rubio's problem is with the media who, uh, weren't angry enough about President Obama meeting with Raul Castro two years ago.
“This lunacy has gone TOO FAR!” – Marco Rubio defends Chick-fil-A in mini-tweetstorm!
CBS NEWS– Dorsey found himself the subject of a tweetstorm after he posted a screenshot showing how he’d saved 10 percent using Chick-fil-A’s app at one of the fast-food chain’s outlets in Los Angeles.“This is an interesting company to boost during Pride month, Jack,” tweeted former CNN anchor Soled