The following is a transcript of the interview with Republican Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida airing Sunday, December 9, 2018, on “Face the Nation.” MARGARET BRENNAN: Good morning and welcome to “Face the Nation.” We’ve got a lot to get to today and we begin with Florida Republican Senator Marco Rubio. He is in Orlando this morning. Senator, welcome to “Face the Nation.” SENATOR MARCO RUBIO: Thank you. Good morning. MARGARET BRENNAN: Chief of Staff John Kelly is set to depart the White House at the end of the year. He was often seen as sort of a force of stability. What will his departure mean in terms of being able to work with the White House and get things done? SENATOR MARCO RUBIO: Well, I don’t think it’ll impact negatively in any way our ability to work with the White House or to get things done. I have a lot admiration for General Kelly. I’ve always found him to be a professional– someone who works hard and gets things done. And like every administration, you know, the president’s– there’ll be changes in that position– it’s a hard and difficult job and, and so obviously he’ll be missed. MARGARET BRENNAN: There’s… Read full this story
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