Back in the days before he was running for president and still showing up to work, Marco Rubio, as the Republican Majority Whip in the Florida House of Representatives, wrote a letter of recommendation to help a man, a convicted cocaine trafficker, get a real estate license.
Now that doesn’t seem like a big deal, except when you realize that the budget of the Florida Real Estate Commission is, and was at that time, controlled by the Florida legislature, where Rubio wielded considerable influence. The letter, written on Rubio's official, taxpayer funded House stationery read, in part:
"I have known Mr. Cicilia for over 25 years. I recommend him for licensure without reservation."
That would be a Marco Rubio presidency; using the power of the office to bully others to get his way, and spending a great deal of time helping his friends, like a convicted drug dealer.
At least while he was showing up at the office.