By Washington Free Beacon staff
Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., told NPR Hillary Clinton is “extremely vulnerable on her record.”
Asked how strong a candidate for president Clinton would be, Rubio said, “The truth of the matter is she was the secretary of state during an administration that has had virtually no successes on foreign policy.”
“She’ll have to answer for that,” Rubio predicted.
Rubio then called Clinton “a 20th century candidate”, saying, “I think she does not offer an agenda for moving America forward in the 21st century, at least not up till now.”
As for his own presidential ambitions, Rubio said he would make his decision on whether to run “in the next few months”, by the end of the year.
“There’s a lot of work to be done if you’re going to run for president, or if you’re going to run for re-election in a state as big as Florida,” he explained.
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