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Mar 26, 2015 | Press Releases

U.S. Senator Marco Rubio

FOX News’ “On The Record with Greta Van Susteren”

March 25, 2015 


Senator Rubio: “Well, I think he has a history now of miscalculation and misjudgment, or quite frankly of just refusing to accept the facts of what’s happening. They’re always more interested in the domestic political spin, and getting credit domestically for something, than they are in the truth about it. So time and again, we’ve seen them fail as a result of that. 

“And so it leads us to believe that they’ve been wrong so often about the true threat of ISIS, about the status of Al Qaeda, about the holding up Yemen as an example of counterterrorism excellence. How can we now trust that they’re going to do – for example, a deal with Iran that’s going make sense for the world and keep us safer? This is an administration that has a history of being wrong, and they’re going to be wrong again when it comes to Iran.”  


Rubio: “Well it’s interesting, yesterday the President said it wasn’t personal, but I think it is personal and here’s the evidence: his entire political apparatus, a significant number of people that were key to his political machinery, were on the ground in Israel supporting V15, which is an outside group that was in there getting involved to try and oust Netanyahu. They were involved in doing everything from analytics, to mobilizing voters on the ground, to polling, to advertising. 

“This is unprecedented that an American president would send his political operatives to another country to oust a foreign leader that he doesn’t get along with. And then he says it’s not personal. It is personal, it’s absurd, and quite frankly it’s dangerous. It puts in danger a very important strategic relationship to the United States, not to mention a nation that’s been a strong American ally.”