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ICYMI: Rubio Joins Special Report

U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) joined Special Report with Bret Baier to discuss the impending government shutdown, the possibility of a Saudi-Israeli normalization deal, and the indictment of Senator Bob Menendez (D-NJ). See below for highlights and watch the full...

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ICYMI: Rubio Joins The Aaron Renn Show

U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) joined The Aaron Renn Show to discuss Rubio’s Labor Day report on working (and non-working) men. See below for highlights and listen to the full interview here. On protecting American jobs and interests: “We made a series of economic...

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ICYMI: Rubio Debates Coons on China, Environment

U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) debated Senator Chris Coons (D-DE) on China, global leadership, and environmental policy at an event hosted by the Bipartisan Policy Center’s Senate Project at George Washington University. “We have to shape a future that recognizes...

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Rubio Comments on Secretary Clinton’s Statement Regarding Democratic Conditions in Nicaragua

Jan 26, 2012 | Press Releases

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Marco Rubio comments on Secretary Clinton’s statement regarding democratic conditions in Nicaragua:

“For months, I have been calling for the U.S. to adopt significant bilateral and regional measures to encourage a return to constitutional order in Nicaragua. I appreciate the statement Secretary Clinton made yesterday on the breakdown of constitutional order in Nicaragua.

“The report from Organization of American States’ (OAS) was a good first step, however it should have been a more direct look at the unconstitutionality of the elections. The Administration should continue boldly in this direction and work with our partners to ensure there are real, meaningful measures taken to restore constitutional order in Nicaragua. Ten years after its adoption, the Inter-American Democratic Charter is under deliberate attacks from rulers in Nicaragua, Ecuador, and Venezuela.

“The Administration’s actions are much needed after three years of allowing business as usual to continue in Latin America. Our policy in the region should be renewing America’s commitment to promoting democracy and free markets. Latin America continues to need American leadership to ensure democratic consensus is not weakened by power hungry autocrats.”