Rand Paul goes after Rubio on immigration
ORLANDO - Sen. Rand Paul used his Sunshine Summit speech to go after Marco Rubio on immigration, accusing the Floridian of teaming in "secret" with Chuck Schumer to block amendments to the 2013 legislation.
"Your senator in fact opposed me," Paul said of a border security amendment.
Paul repeated the charge during a news conference in which he signed paperwork to get on Florida's March 15 primary ballot.
"I have no idea what Senator Paul is talking about," Rubio spokesman Alex Conant said. "It would appear Senator Paul is trying to change the subject away from his dangerous isolationist agenda and proposals to cut defense spending."