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Rubio defends Romney over U.S. handling of Chinese dissident, Axelrod fights back

(CNN) – Republican Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida stood by Mitt Romney in his reaction to the U.S. handling of a Chinese dissident this week, saying the presumptive GOP presidential nominee did not overreact to the situation. "I think this crisis is a reminder of what we are dealing with in China," Rubio told "Fox [...]
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