What has Marco Rubio's wife had that Hillary didn't?
A job. One that she got on her own merit without her husband's connections (Rise Law Firm, senator, et cetera).
Jeanette Dousdebes Rubio was a cheerleader for the Miami Dolphins in 1997 and 1998. She got without having to rely on political connections. They married in 1998.
From the New York Post:
Today she is content with staying in the background and being a stay-at-home mom to their four kids. Jeanette is also very religious, reportedly taking her family regularly to two places of religious worship: a Catholic church and the Baptist megachurch Christ Fellowship.
In the few TV interviews she’s given, Jeanette is remarkably soft-spoken, answering questions quietly in few words and letting her husband fill in the blanks. But she had a longer, honest answer, during an interview with CBS in 2012, for how she feels when Marco is off in Washington, DC.
“I’m used to it, but it’s not easy. You know it’s not easy when I have to do things with the kids: activities, homework,” she said. “It’s like being a single mom. It is.”
Marco, laughing awkwardly, replied, “Thanks for making me feel good, guys. I appreciate it.”He does put in long hours.