Get ready because Sen. Marco Rubio announced, April 13 that he’s running for President Of The United States.
Marco Rubio, 43, has put his hat in the ring. The first-time Republican Senator from Florida is running for president and he joins Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky and Sen. Ted Cruz from Texas who have all announced they are putting in a bid for the 2016 presidential election.
Marco Rubio Announces Presidential Run
Marco has yet to release a statement but it has been confirmed by the AP that he has announced his presidential bid.
The Cuban-American would become the first Hispanic president. This comes as somewhat of a shock since former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is his longtime and very close friend and he is expected to put a bid in as well.
Hillary Clinton Expected To Run For President
Hillary Clinton announced April 12 that she was running for the Democratic Party and this would make her the first woman to ever become president.
She first stepped foot into the White House when her husband, Bill Clinton, won the Presidency in 1992. But that was just the beginning, in 2000, she was successfully elected to the US Senate where she represented New York until 2009 and she was then appointed the United States Secretary of State, a position she served until 2013.
HollywoodLifers, would you vote for Marco?
— Chloe Melas