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They bickered back and forth during the Republican presidential primary, Marco Rubio and Trump both resorting to calling the other names.

But when Sen. Marco Rubio welcomed President Donald Trump to Miami to give an address announcing a pullback of former President Obama’s normalization of relation’s with Cuba’s Castro regime, the two seemed strangely friendly towards each other.

Fox Business Network’s Maria Bartiromo wanted to know why the changed happened.

“This whole relationship thing is overblown,” the Florida Republican said on Fox News Channel’s “Sunday Morning Futures.”

“He was a competitor of mine out of 17 people who ran for president.”

Rubio said what happened between the two of them was typical for any competition.

“It’s like asking two boxers, ‘Are you mad that he punched you in the face in the ring, and is he mad that you punched him back?’”

Once the competition is over, that’s the end of it he explained.

“Of course I want the president to be successful,” he added. “And in this particular case, the president was keeping a campaign commitment he made in my state — in my community.”

And Miami’s Cuban-American community welcomed the news, shouting “USA! USA!”