Day after debate squabble, Marco Rubio visits Overland Park for caucus support

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OVERLAND PARK, Kan. -- Marco Rubio, GOP presidential hopeful, was in the Sunflower State Friday for a pre-caucus tour that will end in Overland Park.

It started in Topeka and then moved to Wichita.

FOX 4's Molly Balkenbush was live at the Overland Park Marriott where supporters lined up to see Rubio.

Rubio continues his attacks on GOP front-runner Donald Trump.

"I mean on issue after issue he thinks he's not going to take sides with Israel, which is probably worst that the position the press has taken - and so you look he doesn't belong at a conservative gathering Donald Trump is not a conservative," said Rubio.

Senator Rubio says if Trump receives the Republican nomination, he'll back him in November, but he also says the billionaire businessman is not qualified to be Commander in Chief.