Marco Rubio reveals to Brian Kilmeade his secret to repaying student loans
US senator. Marco Rubio offers a way to pay off crippling student loan debt in a new national interview.
Rubio, appearing on the Fox News channel”One Nation with Brian Kilmeade“, once again expressed his opposition to the president Joe Biden‘s canceled his student loan debt, but not without explaining that he was dealing with those issues too, until he found a hustle and bustle from his day job while making ends meet as a new came to Washington, D.C.
Asked about the possibility of being a “successful politician” by telling people to “pull themselves up by their boots”, the South Florida Republican agreed that it was indeed possible.
“Absolutely, I think that’s what most people want,” Rubio said, before describing his own journey to federal student loan solvency.
“I owed over $100,000 in student loans. The day I was elected to the Senate, I still had over $100,000 in student loans that I was able to repay because I wrote a book, and with that money I was able to pay for it. Otherwise, I’d still pay for it, okay? »
As early as 2016, Rubio was good in the seven figures in terms of overall book royalties, therefore, authorship of the senior Florida senator model is a means for debtors to discharge their obligations.
The attempt to model a strategy for repaying student loans is the latest in a series of Rubio’s comments on the matter.
In an editorial for fox businessRubio opposes the “dazzling success” of the Paycheck Protection Programhis pandemic plan to advance money to businesses angered by COVID-19 restrictions, to the White House’s proposed “document.”
“Let’s start with the obvious: Federal student loans were just that, loans. The idea was that students would take out loans to pay for an education that would lead to a job that pays them back,” he wrote.
Rubio, facing a tough re-election challenge this year, seems to pin much of his messaging on the politically potent issue of student loan relief.
“Val Demings to millions of taxpayers: fuck off,” reads one Thursday email of the Rubio camp, condemning Demings for supporting President Biden’s “student loan bailout.”