Sen. Rubio Fires Chief Of Staff For "Improper Conduct"

 (Washington, DC)  --  The office of U.S. Senator Marco Rubio plans to formally notify Congressional administrative offices today that the Florida Republican has fired his chief of staff.  

In a statement issued Saturday night, Rubio did not mention Clint Reed by name, but announced that his chief of staff had been fired over "allegations of improper conduct" with a subordinate. 

Rubio did not disclose details of the improper conduct. 

He said that was "pursuant to the wishes of those victimized by this conduct." 

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