Rubio has "newfound respect" for the man he called a "con artist," "liar" and a "danger to the republic."
He now says he is going to speak on DJT's behalf at the convention and campaign trail. The only thing he didn't say was "I am also better than any other VPs at attending funerals."
We each have to make up our own mind and what to do and how we are going to handle this, but am I alone on the feeling of sell-out?
Purely the case of selling out who you are and what you believe. Can you have any credibility when you said one thing on the campaign trail and then the opposite after?
Were you lying to us then or now Marco? I cannot reconcile what you said then with what you are saying now.
Bobby Jindal at least said, "I really hate what I am saying but I am giving my support to stop Hillary."
He didn't support with the same passion he had when he was against.
I personally don't understand it, but I accept Bobby's endorsement of Trump because it was truthful and I cannot fault him. I don't agree, but at least he was not slimy.
Marco, you are either lying now or when you were running. I don't know which and I don't care. You have no credibility with me anymore.
Featured Image: Republican presidential candidates (Lto R) Donald Trump and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) participate in a debate sponsored by Fox News at the Fox Theatre on March 3, 2016 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)