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Marco Rubio Appears on Fallon; Talks About His "Dream Job," Family History

GOP presidential candidate Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) appeared on "The Tonight Show" and had a nice chat with Jimmy Fallon about the American dream, football team alliances, and his campaign for president.

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Rubio began by explaining that his family moved to the United States in 1956, and that he wanted the American dream that they achieved to be more accessible for everyone. He also discussed the differences between himself and Jeb Bush (the pronunciation of "guacamole" being one of them), and how he's going to remain confident even if he's not victorious in New Hampshire and Iowa.

Rubio joked that his dream job, aside from president, would be commissioner of the National Football League.

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