Florida Sen. Marco Rubio turned 43 today – the same age John Fitzgerald Kennedy was when he was elected president.
When the freshman senator is asked the age/experience question when it comes to his potential run for the White House, he points out that he served in the Florida Legislature for nine years before he headed to Washington, D.C., the Tampa Bay Times reports, and he has more experience in office than his Senate term shows.
In addition, he brings up a contrast with potential Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, who at 66 is 23 years older than him.
He remains a popular drawing card, despite some lingering public questions about experience and his relatively young age.
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