‘I’ll Continue To Oppose the Obama/Paul Foreign Policy’: Rubio Blasts Rand on Cuba

‘If he wants to become the chief cheerleader of Obama’s foreign policy, he certainly has a right to do that’

"If he [Rand Paul] wants to become the chief cheerleader of Obama’s foreign policy, he certainly has the right to do that. I’ll continue to oppose the Obama foreign policy on Cuba because I know it won’t lead to freedom and liberty for the Cuban people, which is my sole interest here ...

I anticipate supporting whoever the Republican nominee is and I’m pretty confident that the Republican nominee for president will be someone who has a pretty forceful view of America’s role in the world as a defender of democracy and freedom, and also understands that it's important for America to be engaged on the global stage."

 

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