In case you’re wondering if Florida Senator Marco Rubio supports Newt or Mitt—I think this counts as your answer.
First, what are the main things being said about Newt Gingrich?
On the positive side, Newt is a good debater.
On the negative side, Newt says erratic things that cause trouble.
Now, look at Rubio’s answer when asked why he’s not endorsing anyone on Fox and Friends:
"I think we're now getting to the stage in the campaign where we're looking at the debates and although strong debate performances are important and we're happy about that, but we're electing the next president of the United States. It's a very important job and as I remind people everyday if someone in the United States Senate or someone in the United States House makes a mistake or makes a careless statement they get bad press coverage. But if a President does that, people get hurt all over the world perhaps. And so I think now's the time where we start to take a sober look, and say ok who do we want to put in charge of the most powerful military in human history, the largest economy in human history and I think Florida is well positioned to help the American people make that kind of decision."
He reminds people “every day” that “a careless statement” might get people “hurt all over the world.” I’m going to say we can safely count Marco in the Mitt column, or at least in the non-Newt column.