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Donald Trump is coming to Arkansas. Could Marco Rubio pay a visit too?

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It turns out that it was totally pointless to move the Arkansas primary up as an elaborate favor to Mike Huckabee. Well, the Donald is coming, so there's that. Reporter Dillon Thomas of CBS 5NEWS in Fayetteville says that Marco Rubio is also likely to pay a visit. 
As I've mentioned before, for all of our goofy speculation of Huckabee endorsing Trump, the rumor we keep hearing among Arkansas Republicans is that he will endorse Rubio — and that there's a good chance that some of Huckabee's impressive stable of Arkansas GOP endorsements, such as Gov. Asa Hutchinson, may flip over to endorse Rubio as well.  

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