Sen. Marco Rubio on Saturday pulled out of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), citing an "unexpected family issue."
- Rubio's fellow Florida Sen. Rick Scott argued Friday if the party goes back to its old roots, the party will lose working-class voters that "President Trump so animated"
- Trump is scheduled to make his first major post-presidential speech at the conference on Sunday
Trump is scheduled to make his first major post-presidential speech at the conference on Sunday
"Unfortunately due to an unexpected family issue I was unable to give my speech at @CPAC. I was really looking forward to it," he tweeted. "But as I told @mschlapp they should move #cpac to #Florida permanently."
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Fox News' Paul Steinhauser contributed to this report.