Rubio Said He’s Not Going To Be Vice President

Marco Rubio returned to Washington as just a lame duck senator and a sad man.

“I’m not going to be vice president. I’m not running for governor of Florida. I’m going to finish out my term in the Senate over the next 10 months. We’re going to work really hard here, and we have some things we want to achieve,” Rubio said. “And then I’ll be a private citizen in January.”

Whether Rubio was trying to say that Ted Cruz never reached out to him to offer a unity ticket (Cruz flirted with the idea on Fox News) or that he wouldn’t be interested, the Florida senator didn’t say.

But the man with 169 delegates will certainly have a say, and a place, at the GOP convention this summer. And at 44 years old, by no means is Rubio’s political future over.

That is, unless he wants it to be.

One thing the youthful senator has going for him is that he is very popular with his peers, who gave him a warm welcome back to the Capitol.



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Steve Berman

The old Steve cared about money, prestige, and power. Then Christ found me. All at once things changed. But the Holy Spirit produces this kind of fruit in our lives: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. There is no law against these things!

I spent 30 years in business. Now I write and edit. But mostly I love. I have a wife and 2 kids and a dog and we live in a little house in central Georgia.

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