In two interviews Friday morning, Sen. Marco Rubio continued the all-out attack on Donald Trump he started at last night's debate, calling the real estate mogul a "con artist" and a fraudster.
"You have a guy who is being sued right now for fraud for Trump University," Rubio exclaimed. "And I’ve had stories written about my driving record."
"A con artist is about to take over the conservative movement and the Republican Party, and we have to put a stop to it," Rubio told George Stephanopoulos on ABC's This Morning (above). "He is wholly unprepared to be president of the United States."
"I acknowledge I'm an underdog... Unlike Donald I didn't inherit millions of dollars," he continued. "There is no way that the conservative movement and the party of Reagan is going to be allowed to be taken over by a con artist. He says I'm a choker? He's a con artist."
"I mean, this is unreal. Again, this guy is a con artist," Rubio said on NBC's TODAY Show (below). "He’s always making things up. No one holds him accountable for it."
"You have a guy who is being sued right now for fraud for Trump University," Rubio exclaimed. "And I’ve had stories written about my driving record. We had red light camera tickets. I have some guy go back and write a story about how when I was 18 I got arrested or cited, I should say, for drinking beer in a park after hours. He’s being sued for fraud, for defrauding people."
"Here’s a guy who had to pay a judgment for hiring Polish workers illegally to build Trump Tower."