Rubio ‘very concerned’ about danger at Trump rallies

Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio says he’s "very concerned" that someone will lose their life at a Donald Trump rally, adding that "it’s getting harder" to explain to his family and friends that he would support Trump as the GOP nominee.
Rubio said Sunday on CNN’s "State of the Union" that the violence in Chicago Friday night looked like "something out of the Third World." The Florida senator said it’s going to be hard for people who vote for Trump to justify their support down the road.
Rubio and two of his GOP rivals – Ohio Gov. John Kasich and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz – pledged during a debate earlier this month to support Trump if he is the GOP nominee. All three have condemned the violence at Trump’s rallies, but they also are not excusing the protesters.

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