Everything Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) does at this stage in the vice presidential speculation game gets a second look.
So announcements like this one — made the same day Rubio campaigned at an immigration event with Mitt Romney — get Washington’s attention.
Here are the details on how to follow the speech:
When: Wednesday, April 25 at Noon ET.
Where: The Brookings Institution in Washington
How to watch it: Brookings will have a live webcast of the speech (here’s the Brookings page on the event). If a feed is available, we will stream it here in Election 2012.
Brookings President Strobe Talbott and Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-Conn.) will speak briefly before Rubio.
How to follow the speech on social media: Brookings recommends using the hashtag #BIRubio on Twitter to join the conversation about the event.
You can follow Washington Post bloggers @FeliciaSonmez and @ThinkTankedWapo for updates from the speech.
What to expect from Rubio’s speech:
Rubio’s announcement says the remarks “will focus on whether U.S. global leadership is sustainable and even necessary in the 21st century.”
Rubio is a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
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