Marco Rubio 'Not Dropping Out,' Responds to Rumored 'Unity Ticket'
Sen. Marco Rubio joined The Kelly File in an hour-long special tonight in Florida, sounding off on everything from a rumored "unity ticket" to his plan for the upcoming home state primary.
He called reports of him dropping out before Florida “100 percent categorically false.”
“We’re gonna fight this thing through Tuesday, we’re going to win Florida and we’re gonna go on.”
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Rubio responds to rumors of a so-called “unity ticket” with him and Ted Cruz.
"Is that a possibility?" Megyn asked.
Rubio says he regrets some of his attacks against the other candidates.
“My kids were embarrassed by it, my wife didn’t like it,” he said. “That’s not who I am. ... I’d do it differently, I really would.”
Rubio responds to reports of his meeting with Jeb Bush and calls him “probably the greatest governor in Florida’s history.”
“I have talked with him several times since the end of campaign. He is my friend, we will always be friends,” he said.
“I would love to have his support.”
Rubio urges voters to deny Donald Trump a win in Florida.
“I am the only one that can beat Donald Trump in Florida and every poll would say that,” he said.