Rubio's comments come shortly after Biden announced several new choices for his Cabinet, many of whom did attend Ivy League schools.
Sidney Powell, a lawyer on President Trump's election legal team, made several baseless claims on Thursday including allegations of corruption at the "highest level of our government."
The tweet referenced Governor Ron DeSantis' proposed "anti-mob" legislation, which critics fear would give civilian gun owners increased rights to use violence.
Expressions of support for the president appeared to snowball after an appeal from Trump's sons on Thursday night for GOP leaders to "have some backbone."
Several celebrities on Twitter had fun at the Florida Senator's expense after he posted a GIF of a blue wave, in reference to his home state.
"I saw yesterday a video of these people in Texas. All the cars on the road, we love what they did," said Florida Senator Marco Rubio.
"Funny how it's only 'socialism' when others get what y'all give yourselves," the Democratic New York congresswoman wrote on Twitter Sunday.
The ad campaign features 2016 comments by Senators Ted Cruz, Chuck Grassley, Marco Rubio, Ron Johnson and Rob Portman, which contradict their current stance on a Supreme Court confirmation before an election.
In response to an uptick in conspiracy theories circulating about Trump testing positive for COVID-19, the Florida senator called for the White House to be transparent in its updates.
U.S. senators have introduced a bi-partisan bill titled the "Holding Russia Accountable for Malign Activities Act of 2020."
"The peaceful transfer of power is enshrined in our Constitution and fundamental to the survival of our Republic," GOP Representative Liz Cheney of Wyoming tweeted.
Prominent Republicans with ties to Florida's immigration business community are furious with one of the Sunshine State's newest member of Congress—Senator Rick Scott—and the party's refusal to support legislation that would act as a stepping stone toward making inroads with Latino voters.
"We should prioritize families by providing them with resources to help with the extra expenses they face as a result of COVID-19," Senator Mitt Romney said.
"It is the right thing to do," the Florida GOP senator told Newsweek. "What's the remedy, you divorce them?"
A GOP stimulus released Monday omitted a provision spearheaded by Senator Marco Rubio that would ensure U.S. citizens married to undocumented immigrants would still receive individual checks from a previous coronavirus relief bill.
Florida Senator Marco Rubio, who chairs the Senate Small Business and Entrepreneurship Committee, said the proposal was "being finalized" on Tuesday.
Rubio deleted the original tweet and then shared a video of himself with Lewis at a Martin Luther King celebration.
The U.K has announced it will ban the Chinese technology giant from the country's 5G network. Washington has said the company poses a security risk.
The Republican senator from Florida continued his demands for people to "weigh cost versus benefit" of coronavirus lockdown restrictions
President Donald Trump on Saturday signed legislation that extends the application deadline for small businesses to join the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).
"You know, real men wear masks," the Speaker of the House said.
Senator Marco Rubio introduced a bill Thursday to amend the CARES Act law that provided stimulus checks to Americans to ensure U.S. citizens married to someone who is undocumented and kids with a U.S. citizen parent are still able to receive the money, Newsweek has learned exclusively.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced the leadership change on Monday afternoon, calling Rubio a "natural choice" for the position.
Senators have proposed a bill to rename the street of China's U.S. embassy after the coronavirus whistleblower.
The Florida senator said that denying the checks to people in mixed-status families is wrong and that he would intervene to find out what's happening.
Coronavirus has apparently exposed that some people need to keep spellcheck on.
The "Cuomo Prime Time" host said Americans should be angry that senators voted not to allow evidence in President Donald Trump's impeachment trial.
During the 2016 presidential primaries, Miller used Breitbart News to call Rubio a "pathological liar" and to label immigrants as "child sex offenders."
Miller said Breitbart's hit piece on Rubio was "phenomenal and important," and then-presidential candidate Donald Trump tweeted the story.