WASHINGTON, Mar 28 (Reuters) – U.S. Senator Marco Rubio is expected to make an proclamation on his bid for a 2016 Republican presidential assignment on Apr 13 in Miami, according to a internal news report.
The Cuban-American from Florida has indifferent a Freedom Tower in downtown Miami for an undisclosed event, a Tampa Bay Times reported on Friday night. It pronounced a venue was a intensity mark for Rubio to make his presidential bid official.
The 1926 Mediterranean-style building was used to routine and assistance refugees journey comrade Cuba after Fidel Castro seized energy there in 1959, a Tampa paper said.
Rubio orator Alex Conant pronounced on Saturday no final decisions have been done about when and where a senator would make an announcement. Conant has formerly pronounced a proclamation would come in early April.
U.S. Senator Ted Cruz of Texas announced his bid for a Republican assignment on Monday and Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky designed to make his intentions famous on Apr 7.
Rubio’s associate Floridian, former Governor Jeb Bush, has shaped an exploratory cabinet though has nonetheless to make his White House bid official. (Reporting by Andy Sullivan; Writing by Doina Chiacu; Editing by Tiffany Wu)