VAN SUSTEREN: ... Thanks for sitting on -- thanks for not getting my bill to the floor ... What do you say?
RUBIO: None of it personal. I get along with everybody personally in the Senate. These are all good...
VAN SUSTEREN: But you don't say anything to him at all, like...
VAN SUSTEREN: ... you know, Let's get this moving a little bit?
RUBIO: Well, we talk. I mean, I don't know about Senator Reid in particular. We really only see each other on the floor and he's usually pretty busy. But of course we've asked for people to listen to our ideas and get things done.
But it's never a personal issue. I think that's what folks need to understand.
VAN SUSTEREN: But it's personal to the American people and it's...
VAN SUSTEREN: ... look at Washington and it's not getting done!
RUBIO: Right. And they're right to be frustrated by it, and I get frustrated by that issue. But I don't think you advance the cause by getting angry at people at an individual level. Ultimately, the vast majority of people I deal with in the political process -- for example, on the left, and Democratic Party, are good people. They love their country. They're just really wrong on their ideas, and their ideas are bad for America's future.
VAN SUSTEREN: Senator, thank you, sir.
RUBIO: Thank you.