Donald Trump guarantees America that there is 'no problem' with his anatomy

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'Little Marco,' Hand Size Are Hot Topics at Debate

At the Thursday-night Republican presidential primary debate, Donald Trump suggested that he has "no problem" with the size of his genitals, after Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida called out Trump for his personal attacks.

"He's [attacked] people who are sitting on this stage today," Rubio said. "He's done so to people who are disabled. He's done it to about every other candidate in this race. If there's anyone who deserved to be attack that way, it's Donald Trump."

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The real-estate mogul then recalled how Rubio had launched a lewd attack of his own.

"But I have to say this, he hit my hands," Trump said. "Nobody has ever hit my hands, I've never heard this. Look at those hands. Are those small hands?"

"And, he referred to my hands if they're small, something else is small," Trump added. "I guarantee you there is no problem."

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Rubio's initial attack about Trump's hands happened at a Sunday rally in Virginia.

After going after Trump's supposed spray tan and joking that Trump was going to "make America orange," Rubio zoomed in on the Republican frontrunner's hands.

"The other thing he says — he's always calling me 'Little Marco,'" Rubio said. "And I'll admit ... he's taller than me, he's like 6-2. Which is why I don't understand why his hands are the size of someone who's 5-2."

"And you know what they say about men with small hands," Rubio continued.

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