“Obviously it’s a very unique and unusual presidential election cycle. We’ve never had one like this so no one can accurately predict it,” he said, noting, he was focused on his message.
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Florida Sen. Marco Rubio says the uniqueness of this presidential election, with real estate mogul Donald Trump leading the Republican field, makes it impossible to know when or if Trump's rise will subside.
"I don't know, I'm not a political analyst, I can only tell you I'm candidate, and I go out everyday and I visit, like I am here today in New Hampshire and tell people who I am and what I'll do if they give me their vote and I'm elected president," Rubio said on Concord News Radio this week, when asked how Trump's success would end.
"And I'm confident if we continue to do that in a consistent and steady way it will continue to mean more progress in our campaign and I'm confident about where that ends up in February," he added. "I don't know when or how that's going in terms of the timing but I feel very comfortable with the way we're running our race and our message."
Still, Rubio said, the oddness of race made it impossible to predict.
"Obviously it's a very unique and unusual presidential election cycle. We've never had one like this so no one can accurately predict it," he said, noting, he was focused on his message.
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