Republican darling Marco Rubio just wrapped up a sweeping foreign policy address in Washington this afternoon, in an appearance that many have speculated is part of the Florida Senator's audition for a No. 2 spot on the Romney ticket.
But there was one major glitch in Rubio's foreign policy rollout — he forgot the last page of his speech.
"I left my last page of the speech, does anyone have my last page?" Rubio asked the audience.
Washington (CNN) – Republican Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida boosted his vice presidential buzz Wednesday as a possible running mate for Mitt Romney, giving what his office billed as a "major foreign policy speech." The freshman senato... Read Post
For Florida Senator Marco Rubio, an afternoon discussion at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York today served a two-fold purpose, as both a presumed audition for the vice presidential nod and a way to boost his own profile a... Read Post