Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida lifts his son Anthony, 10, at a caucus night rally Monday in Des Moines, Iowa. He finished a strong third and put in his claim to be the Republican establishment favorite.
Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida lifts his son Anthony, 10, at a caucus night rally Monday in Des Moines, Iowa. He finished a strong third and put in his claim to be the Republican establishment favorite. Paul Sancya Associated Press
Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida lifts his son Anthony, 10, at a caucus night rally Monday in Des Moines, Iowa. He finished a strong third and put in his claim to be the Republican establishment favorite. Paul Sancya Associated Press

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