Marco Rubio's Grandpa Was Nearly Deported, Book Reveals, Complicating Immigration Policy
As if Marco Rubio's attempts to moderate the GOP's immigration stance weren't difficult enough: A Washington Post reporter has released part of a biography revealing that Rubio's grandfather ignored deportation orders from a Miami immigration court -- a detail that, combined with Rubio's own call for immigration reform, is sure to clash with the roots of his party.
The new story emerged through a yet-to-be-released Rubio biography penned by Post writer Manuel Roig-Franzia, in excerpts published yesterday in Politico.
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