Twitter Users Mock Marco Rubio For Pathetic Brag About Trump's New Blog

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Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) is attempting to show off his bona fides to Donald Trump’s followers in order to raise campaign cash.

The senator sent out a fundraising email that noted he “was lucky enough to be one of his first posts,” referring to the former president’s new “communications platform” (aka a blog).

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It’s a long, long way from 2016, when Rubio warned that Trump “would shatter the party and the conservative movement” and called him a “con artist.”

Even conservative groups have called out Rubio for his hypocritical groveling toward Trump, so it’s no surprise that Twitter users thoroughly mocked the senator’s brag.

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Rubio attempted to reclaim the narrative, posting a biblical passage on his feed.

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That just made the senator’s political calculation even more obvious.

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This article originally appeared on HuffPost and has been updated.