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The call was a courtesy, but a necessary one. Jeb Bush, a Republican kingmaker in his home state of Florida, had spent years cultivating the career of a young man who lives just three miles away in Miami, helping guide his path from the statehouse to the U.S. Senate. Now, it was time for Bush to let Marco Rubio know that the mentor was a rival.
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