Will [score]Marco Rubio[/score] drop out of the GOP presidential primary if he loses his home state of Florida?
According to the Senator, he’s staying in the race no matter what the outcome.
Sen. Marco Rubio has declared he intends to remain in the Presidential campaign, regardless of the outcome of the Florida primary tonight.
Speaking with WDBO today, Rubio said:
“Tomorrow our plan is to be in Utah campaigning irrespective of tonight. It would be a lot better to go to Utah being the winner of the Florida primary. It would give us a tremendous amount of momentum. It would give us 99 delegates, and that’s the way we want to do it tonight.”
It’s not clear exactly how Rubio plans to win the GOP nomination this far into primary, but maybe that’s not the point after all.
Remember after his rough performance on Super Tuesday, Rubio told Fox News:
“We’re going to be in this race for as long as it takes to ensure that [Trump] nevers gets to 1,237 delegates, and we do.”
…”I will campaign in all 50 states. Even if I have to get into my pickup truck and drive all over this country. I will do whatever it takes to prevent a con-artist like Donald Trump from becoming the Republican nominee. He will be the end of the modern conservative movement.”
At this point is Rubio going for a win, or is he just fighting for a Trump loss?