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Rick Scott's Billionaire Finance Co-Chairman Quits Campaign

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Fernandez, however, has reportedly been dissatisfied with the direction of the campaign for weeks now. Fernandez first started expressing his problems with the campaign roughly a month ago when he emailed top Scott supporters complaining about a pair of campaign aides who made jokes in a Mexican accent on the way to a Mexican restaurant in Coral Gables, where Fernandez lives. Fernandez is Cuban.

But Fernandez isn't completely done with the campaign. He plans to continue to support Scott and other Republicans and on Monday will host Republican Governors Association fundraiser for Scott featuring Mitt Romney.

Fernandez became a finance co-chairman in November. He donated $1 million to the campaign at that time, according to the Herald.