Sen. Marco Rubio fired a zinger at rival GOP presidential contender Donald Trump, calling his criticism of the Florida senator's credit card spending
The senator from Florida went on the offense Thursday at New Hampshire's State House, where he officially filed for the Republican primary, The Washington Post reports.
"I find it ironic that the only person who's running for president that's ever declared a bankruptcy — four times in the last 25 years — is attacking anyone on finances," Rubio said, referring to corporate bankruptcies
filed by Trump's businesses.
Trump has been hammering Rubio over his use of a credit card
issued to him by the Republican Party of Florida when he was a lawmaker in the state House.
"We'll see what's happening with Rubio," Trump added Thursday in an interview on MSNBC's "Morning Joe."
"He's starting to get hit hard on his credit card things and other things that they're finding out."
Rubio insists his credit card history while in Florida is "not a big deal."
"You'll see them when they come out," he said, the Post reports.
"We've been preparing them for a while, and when they're ready, we'll make them available. … I don't think people will be impressed with it."
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