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Marco Rubio Squares Up To Beijing

• The Florida senator wants the U.S. to take a harder line on China
Rubio slammed TikTok on Instagram. His sons weren’t amused

Last year, Marco Rubio landed in hot water with his kids over a post he made on Instagram. “Dear Parents,” Rubio wrote under an image of the logo for TikTok, the Chinese-owned social video app, “if you don’t want to donate personal data to China then #DeleteTikTok today.” (TikTok has denied such allegations.) One irritated teen responded “Ok boomer,” but supporters, tagging their children, commented “Delete Now” and “This should have been said a long time ago.” Rubio’s sons, 14 and 12, got

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