Rubio’s stumble while denying VP interest has some suggesting Freudian slip

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) again insisted that he has no interest in and would not accept an offer to join the Republican ticket as a vice presidential candidate — but not without a stumble that some are suggesting was a Freudian slip.

The popular Florida lawmaker, who has long been mentioned in the discussion of potential 2012 vice presidential candidates, said during a forum hosted by the National Journal that he wasn’t interested in the position.

“I don’t want to be the vice president,” Rubio said.



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