U.S. Republican presidential candidate and U.S. Senator Marco Rubio speaks at a campaign town hall meeting in Nashua

Presidential hopeful Rubio defends credit use with new details

U.S. Republican presidential candidate and U.S. Senator Marco Rubio speaks at a campaign town hall meeting in NashuaPresidential candidate Marco Rubio put more than $7,000 in personal expenses on a Republican Party credit card during a nearly two-year period while he was a Florida state lawmaker, but he reimbursed all the charges, his campaign said. In its latest response to scrutiny over Rubio’s personal spending, his campaign on Saturday released details of 22 month’s worth of charges on an American Express credit card issued to him while a state representative. Rubio has said he paid for all his personal charges but has acknowledged that the expenses were confusing.

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