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Rubio: No One Should Drop Out Before New Hampshire

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By    |   Tuesday, 02 Feb 2016 10:17 PM

Florida Sen. Marco Rubio is still basking in his surprisingly strong third-place showing in Iowa, but he says he's not calling on Florida Gov. Jeb Bush to drop out of the race in order to help his own chances in New Hampshire.

Appearing Tuesday on Fox News Channel's "The Kelly File," Rubio said no one should drop out yet.

"I respect these people that are running. This is hard. They're working just as hard as I am. They have right to see it through," Rubio said.

He added, however, it is time for the party to begin to "coalesce around someone that can win."

That, Rubio said, is himself, noting that Democrat Hillary Clinton attacks him more than any other Republican candidate. Reports coming out of the Clinton camp have indicated she'd least like to run against Rubio.

"They know if I'm the nominee, I'm going to win," Rubio said. "So I think it's time for voters to start coalescing," but "the candidates … deserve to see this through, at least through New Hampshire."

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Florida Sen. Marco Rubio is still basking in his surprisingly strong third-place showing in Iowa, but he says he's not calling on Florida Gov. Jeb Bush to drop out of the race in order to help his own chances in New Hampshire.
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