DID NOT EXPECT THIS! Rubio Reveals How He Feels About Working With Trump

US Republican Presidential Candidates Marco Rubio (L) and Donald Trump participate in the Republican Presidential Debate in Detroit, Michigan, March 3, 2016. / AFP / Geoff Robins (Photo credit should read GEOFF ROBINS/AFP/Getty Images)
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​Many of the people President Donald Trump ran against in the Republican primary, he has been working with over the past few months.
One of those people, Senator Marco Rubio has revealed how he feels working alongside Trump.
Conservative Tribune:

During the Republican primary, President Donald Trump and his fellow Republican candidates really went at it. There were a lot of vicious (and quite frankly, unnecessary) personal attacks on all sides, and the debates turned nasty on more than one occasion.

While some Republicans have been reluctant to come over to Trump’s side in the aftermath of that, even though Trump is now president, several of Trump’s former competitors have gotten on board the Trump train, like Florida Sen. Marco Rubio.

The two had quite the exchange of words during the debates and over media outlets, but Rubio says “the race is over”:

However, in an interview this week with Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo, Rubio made it clear that all that is water under the bridge, stating that “Trump’s success is America’s success.”

“Why the change from your standpoint?” Bartiromo asked Rubio. “Has President Trump done something beyond this that has changed your relationship with him?”

“I just think this whole relationship thing is overblown,” he said. “It’s like asking two boxers, ‘Are you mad that he punched you in the face in the ring and is he mad that you punched him back?’

“When you’re competitors you go at each other. When the race is over, the race is over,” he said.

Rubio simplified the relationship he shares with the president:

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“President Trump’s success is America’s success. It’s not his individual success. Of course I want the president to be successful,” Rubio concluded.

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