Florida Sen. Marco Rubio took aim at Hillary Clinton Friday morning over a report that two inspectors general are asking the Justice Department to open an investigation into the former secretary of state’s email account.
Appearing on “CBS This Morning,” Rubio told co-host Norah O’Donnell that the story only furthers the sense of “constant drama that surrounds anything Clinton,” adding to a “long string” of moves involving “deception.”
MARCO RUBIO: Well, I don’t know a lot about that story. Obviously, that needs to be taken seriously — those recommendations. I have deep concerns about the use of those e-mails because they contained sensitive information of the United States government and of the way we do business on a diplomatic front that she exposed to the foreign agents by a non-governmental server. But even more concerning is the constant drama that surrounds anything Clinton, in essence. It’s not just now. It’s not just the e-mails. It’s just a long string of things that every time they’re involved, there’s something going on with deception or keeping things from the public eye or some other drama, and we just really, as a nation, cannot afford four, eight years of that.