“If you’re president and Congress doesn’t pass immigration reform, would you keep DACA going?” a reporter asked Rubio.
“No,” Rubio responded. “It will have to end at some point.”
“Even if the Congress doesn’t pass legislation?” the reporter followed up.
“Yes, it will have to end,” he replied…
Rubio had previously said the program would have to end eventually but left unclear whether he would end it without reforms. In an interview in the spring with Fusion’s Jorge Ramos, Rubio said he was not calling for DACA “to be revoked tomorrow or this week or right away” and said he hoped “it would end because of some reform to the immigration laws.”