Marco Rubio Drops Out On Presidential Race For 2016 – Following the disappointing losses in Republican primary contests and also a sound defeat in his home state of Florida by Donald Trump, Marco Rubio ended his bid for the Republican presidential nomination.
Rubio’s exit narrows the race for the GOP nomination to a contest between Donald Trump, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and Ohio Gov. John Kasich. What’s more, Rubio’s own political future is uncertain, as he is not running for reelection for his Senate seat.
Marco Rubio Drops Out On Presidential Race For 2016
Following the Republican presidential candidate, Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fl., supporter holding a sign during a rally in Richmond, Va., Sunday, Feb. 28, 2016. (AP Photo/Steve Helber)
and during his concession speech, the Republican presidential drop candidate, Sen. Marco Rubio, talked at length about the political climate this year,
saying repeatedly that people are “very frustrated about the direction of this country.”
“America is in the middle of a real political storm, a tsunami, and we should have seen this coming,” Rubio told supporters. “But I chose a different route and I’m proud of that.”
“America needs a vibrant conservative movement, but one that’s built on principles and ideals, not on fear, not on anger, not on preying on people’s frustrations,” he said.
Like his other rivals for the Republican nomination, Rubio has pledged to support his party’s eventual nominee.
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