Asked on “Fox News Sunday” about the possibility of Bloomberg launching a third-party presidential campaign, the Florida senator said he is not concerned about the outspoken former mayor making a late entry into the 2016 race.
“I haven’t spent a lot of time thinking about Mayor Bloomberg and what he might or might not do. I’ve met a couple of times, I don’t know him well, don’t agree with his stance on the Second Amendment and some other issues,” he said.
“I’ll wait until he becomes a candidate,” Rubio continued. “If he becomes a candidate, then we’ll have a conversation about our differences. If he’s just someone out there talking about running for president, well there’s a lot of people that have done that. As of now he’s just a private citizen who owns a big company.”