Rubio huddles with advisers to plot next move, probably on immigration reform

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Marco Rubio, who has remained out of the public eye since the GOP’s shellacking Tuesday, huddled with some of his top advisers Friday to discuss politics and immigration, reports Jonathan Martin of POLITICO.

“Rubio sat down with Todd Harris, Terry Sullivan and Heath Thompson, three of his political strategists, in Miami as Republicans assess the election and wrestle with how to find a way forward following a defeat caused in part by a weak performance among Hispanics…Some congressional Republicans and other influential party figures off the Hill are nudging him to take a lead on an immigration reform bill – and soon.”

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