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Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) and Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence plan to campaign together in Florida, an aide to Pence told ABC News.
The two will appear on the trail together in the state sometime over the next few weeks, according to a Tuesday report, though the schedule is still being figured out.
Pence, Donald Trump’s running mate and Indiana’s governor, and Rubio have reportedly spoken regularly over the phone.
During the primary contests, Rubio and Trump both engaged in harsh attacks on one another before the Florida senator eventually dropped his presidential bid after losing his home state.
In June, Rubio said he doesn’t plan to make appearances with the GOP nominee.
“Not that I’m looking to undermine him, but I think the differences between us on key issues are so significant that I don’t plan — I’ve got to run my own race,” Rubio said on CNN in June.
The Florida senator also skipped the Republican convention last month, instead deciding to address the event with a video. His spokeswoman said Rubio had planned to attend before he decided to seek re-election.
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