Speaking to reporters today in New Hampshire, Sen. Marco Rubio appeared optimistic that billionaire Donald Trump would not be the eventual Republican nominee.
“Ultimately the Republican Party will reach out to all voters based on who our nominee is. And I don’t believe Donald Trump will be our nominee,” he said, according to Bloomberg News.
When asked why not, Rubio described a winning candidate that sounded a lot more like his own campaign.
“I think our nominee is going to be someone that embraces the future, that understands the opportunities before us, that’s optimistic but realistic about the challenges before us,” he said.
When asked by reporters whether the term “anchor babies” was offensive, Rubio responded, “It offends a lot of people. I don’t use the term.”