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Marco Rubio: I'm still voting for Donald Trump

Florida Sen. Marco Rubio affirmed on Tuesday that he will still cast his vote for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump in November. The former presidential hopeful said that a recently surfaced 2005 tape of the GOP nominee boasting about his sexual exploits had not changed his perspective on the race. "I ran against Donald Trump,” Rubio said in a statement. “And while I respect that voters chose him as the GOP nominee, I have never hesitated to oppose his policies I disagree with.
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