3 Things You May Not Know About Marco Rubio

Marco Rubio has had a fantastic life story. His father was a bartender and his mother was a maid; and Marco is now a US Senator at the young age of 44 and running for President.


Here are some interesting facts about Marco and his life.

1) Marco was a student athlete in college. He attended college for his first year on a football scholarship, even though as a youth he had to wear leg braces. His father used to call him pretending to be Don Shula, the Miami Dolphins coach, to inspire his son.

2) He is married to a NFL cheerleader. His wife was a cheerleader for the Miami Dolphins — and she was the one who helped inspire him to win his US Senate race even though he was running against a far more experienced politician.

3) He has been connected to 3 different religions. As a young man he attended worship with the Latter Day Saints (Mormons); he then converted to Catholicism; and he currently attends church both at a large evangelical congregation as well as mass as a Catholic.

Marco has risen to fulfill the American dream. Whether he becomes President or not, he is a truly remarkable young man.

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