As Trump rages, Rubio says he should welcome investigation

Rubio: Russia Probe 'Moving Forward' Whether Trump Believes it Happened or Not

Rubio called the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) unconstitutional but supported President Donald Trump's short-term decision to continue the program.

In an interview on NBC News' "Meet The Press", the Florida Republican said a probe by special counsel Robert Mueller is "going to get the full truth out there".

"I've said publicly before, that I do think that DACA is gonna have to come to an end at some point, because I do believe it is unconstitutional", Rubio told host Jake Tapper. Marco Rubio said Sunday he should welcome the investigation. "And I believe that it will".

"I think that the vast majority of Americans would say that if you brought here as a young child, have grown up in this country, it doesn't make a lot of sense after years of investing in you in our public education system and the like to send you to a country that you perhaps have no memory of", Rubio explained to Tapper.

Rubio's comments come after the Senate last week voted 98-2 to impose new sanctions on Russian Federation and give Congress the ability to block the president from easing sanctions without Congress's approval.

But Rubio defended the president's demand for human rights in Cuba, calling the move in the interest of "national security" and "democracy".

He also issued a warning that if a small Senate working group on an Obamacare repeal and replacement measure rushes legislation "straight to the floor on an up or down vote - that would be a problem".



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