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Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) put a heavy emphasis on foreign policy and national security — not immigration — during in his speech at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference on Thursday.

Amid the ongoing crisis in the Ukraine, Rubio warned the crowd of the potential conflicts facing the nation and railed against President Obama’s foreign policy, pitching a more aggressive role for the United States in global conflicts.

Rubio said, that, with some changes, the U.S. is “on the verge of a new American century,” and charged that Democrats are standing in the way of such progress.

“This disunity they’ve created in our country is unacceptable and is holding us back from that American century,” he said of Democrats.

But Rubio said that the U.S. can overcome its economic challenges when Obama leaves office — more difficult to address will be the national security challenges facing the nation.