Marco Rubio is the latest to join the race for president. His announcement came Monday morning, a day after the big, not so surprising news, of Hilary Clinton’s plans to do the same. One big difference between the two condidates, is age. Rubio, age 43, is on the young side of the race, which may give him quite an advantage. He is being viewed as a symbol for America’s future and someone that the younger generations can more easily relate to, compared to Clinton at age 67.
AnastasiaDate said that the Florida senator had been an active member of the “Tea-Party Republican” movement until 2013, at which time he backed the immigration bill. He has since back-tracked, saying that borders should be secure before allowing immigrants citizenship. Rubio is of Cuban-American decent, his parents migrated to the United States in the 1950’s. He has been a vocal critic of the normalization of the relationship between Cuba and the U.S.