Rubio: With 4 Bankruptcies, Trump Shouldn't Lecture Anyone About Finances
On "Hannity" tonight, Republican presidential contender Marco Rubio reacted to Donald Trump criticizing him for how he's handled his personal finances.
Last week, Trump accused Rubio of living beyond his means and being a "disaster" with credit cards.
"I’m not sure someone who is like Donald Trump, who has taken four companies into bankruptcy, should be lecturing anyone about finances," Rubio said.
The Florida senator pointed out that he's released his credit card statements from his time as the Leader of the Republican Party House campaigns, and they support what he's always said.
"The overwhelming majority of the expenses on that card, that was secured on my personal credit, were for political uses, and any time there was a personal expense I paid for it. The party never did," Rubio said. "This is an issue we dealt with back in 2010 when Charlie Crist tried to raise it."
He said this has been seized upon by some on the left and in the media to distract from the real issue, which is the financial situation of the American people.
Watch more above and be sure to tune in to the Fox Business Network-Wall Street Journal Republican debates on Tuesday night. The first forum begins at 7p ET and the primetime debate follows at 9p ET.
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