Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio said on "The O'Reilly Factor" tonight that Donald Trump's strong rhetoric on immigration has tapped into an anger that many Americans are feeling.

Rubio said that anger, however, must not define us, because anger doesn't solve problems.

He asserted that we should use that anger to motivate us to tackle immigration and other issues our country.

Rubio said he disagrees with Trump's claim that he's going to "make America great again."

"I think America is great. You know how I know it's great? You don't have American refugees winding up on the shores of other countries. You actually have people wanting their children born here," Rubio said. "America is a great country. The issue is: We could be even greater. We are not fulfilling our potential."

Watch the "Factor" interview above.

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