Marco Rubio visits Oklahoma, calls Donald Trump con man

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OKLAHOMA - Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio once again touting himself as the only Republican in the race who can beat Hillary Clinton.

It was a packed house in Bricktown earlier Friday as Rubio took the stage and immediately went after Donald Trump with most of his remarks stemming from fighting with Trump during Thursday night's CNN Debate.

Rubio going as far as calling Trump a con man and spending most of his time pointing out that Trump is not a true Conservative.

Rubio also read aloud some of Trump's tweeted insults against the Florida senator, which included numerous misspellings.

While calling himself the underdog, Rubio once again telling the crowd that he will unite Conservatives.

"We are not going to lose the party of Reagan. We are not going to lose the Conservative party to a con man, and the reason why is because this election is too important" Rubio said.

The senator going on to say he will be pro-Israel, and that he plans to reverse the recent Iran nuclear deal.

Rubio also said, if elected,  he plans to repeal Obamacare on day one.

The latest Quinnipiac poll has Rubio trailing Trump even in his home state of Florida among Republican voters.