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In the latest installment of Will He, Won’t He, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio opened the door just a crack for the possibility of accepting the Republican vice presidential slot should Mitt Romney offer it to him. In an interview with CNN yesterday morning, Rubio said: “Up to now, it’s all been theoretical,” Rubio explained, but now the party has a nominee who has begun the process of finding a running mate.
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