Happy To Be Trump's "Little Marco"
Just when you thought you would never have to hear from Marco Rubio again, he returns. And no, he's not making another acceptance speech for losing to Trump (and every other rival for that matter) but rather to make it clear to anyone who missed it before that he has absolutely no shame nor principles.
While many in his party still say they refuse to support Trump nor will they attend the Republican convention this summer, Rubio not only plans to be there, he wants to speak on Trump's behalf.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) said in a CNN interview with Jake Tapper that aired in part Thursday that he would speak on Donald Trump's behalf at the Republican National Convention, if Trump asked.
"Yes. I want to be helpful, not harmful. I don't want Hillary Clinton to be president. My policy differences with Donald Trump, I've spent 11 months talking about them. I think they are well understood," Rubio said. "That said, I don't want Hillary Clinton to be president. If there's something I can do to help that from happening and helpful to the cause, I'd be honored to be considered for that. "
He would be honored to support the man he once said was unfit to be President, who is erratic, a con man and the last person you would turn the nuclear codes over to. He would rather hand the keys to the White House over to a clueless madman than allow an intelligent, experienced, Democratic woman to become President on the heels of the first black President.
This is a man who has children, but hey, party before country!
Tapper asked Rubio if he might run for office again.
"Yeah. I think that's a safe assumption. But I don't know where I'm going to be in two years. I don't know. I enjoy public service. There's an opportunity to serve again in a way that I feel passionate about, I'll most certainly think I'll explore it," Rubio said. "But, I don't know where I'm going to be in two years. I don't know what my life will look like then."
I have an idea where he might be in two years. Little Marco may well be fighting it out with Sarah Palin and Chris Christie to see which one of them will get to carry his Trump's golf clubs.