JOHN DICKERSON: Senator, President Trump tweeted yesterday that Attorney General Jeff Sessions should end the special counsel Russia investigation. He’s called it again a rigged witch hunt. Is that obstruction of justice?
RUBIO: Well, I don’t know what the legal definition of that would be with regards to tweets. I don’t think that’s ever been litigated. Here’s the bottom line. I’m not going to spend my time here in the U.S. Senate waking up every morning and responding to some tweet every day. I know that’s what you guys are paid to do, and that’s fine if it’s something directed at public policy, but I’m going to spend my time in the U.S. Senate working on paid family leave. I’m going to spend my time in the U.S. Senate fighting against the efforts of the Chinese to overtake us in the geopolitical stage. I’m going to spend my time fighting for the people of Florida on issues that are important. When something big comes up that needs to be addressed, we’ll address it. My views of the Mueller investigation are clear. I think he should be allowed to finish his work. Let all the truth come out, and that the truth is going to be good for the president and good for America. That remains my view. If the president has a different view, that’s his right. You guys can ask him about it. You can ask the White House about it.