Former Florida House Speaker and Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Marco Rubio released a web video Friday of his opponent, Gov. Charlie Crist, showing his differing opinions of President Obama before and after Crist left the Republican party in April to run as a no-party candidate.

Rubio has staked his campaign on being the consistent candidate, while painting Crist as a political opportunist who changes positions for pure political gain. Crist has positioned himself as a moderate candidate who is not “shackled by the fear of a primary.”

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