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Marco Rubio: New York Times Pushes Castro Propaganda

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By    |   Monday, 06 Jul 2015 02:51 PM

Florida Sen. Marco Rubio says that The New York Times is doing nothing more than pushing the "Castro regime's propaganda" with its latest story on what Cubans think of the presidential hopeful.

The Times published an article Sunday titled "Marco Rubio Is Cuba's Least Favorite Son," citing Cuban residents who say they fear a Rubio presidency because "he's against Cuba in every possible way" and that Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton "understands much more the case of Cuba." 

The Florida Republican responded with a series of Tweets:
The article comes after the Times attacked Rubio for racking up traffic tickets from red light cameras and for purchasing what it called an $80,000 luxury speedboat, which was really a modest fishing boat.

The Times was harshly criticized for the expose on Rubio's finances, which helped him raise $100,000 in the five days following the publication of the article.

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Florida Sen. Marco Rubio says that The New York Times is doing nothing more than pushing the "Castro regime's propaganda" with its latest story on what Cubans think of the presidential hopeful.
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