Jul 24, 2015

Rubio Defends Saying Obama Has "No Class," He "Unneccesarily Demonizes His Opponents" | Video | RealClearPolitics

Republican presidential candidate Sen. Marco Rubio defends comments he made earlier this week that, like Donald Trump, the president has "no class," saying on last nights Special Report that, "on the major issues of our time, he has not conducted himself of the dignity of worthy of that was office... which has made it harder for us to solve our problems, and have poisoned the political...

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