Marco Rubio implies Donald Trump has small man parts with comment on his hands
He went there.
Sen. Marco Rubio seemingly questioned the size of Donald Trump's manhood during a rally in Virginia Sunday night, and in the process dealt Americans yet another outrageous moment in an already outlandish presidential campaign cycle.
"His hands are the size of someone who's [five feet five inches]. And you know what they say about men with small hands... you can't trust 'em!" Rubio said during an event at Roanoke College in Salem, Virginia.
Rubio jokes about Trump's small hands, forces world to imagine terrible things https://t.co/Q9kIr6ofJE
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The faces of the crowd members standing behind Rubio say it all.
After a day of unleashing stinging attacks on Trump — the front-runner in the GOP field — Rubio's attacks on Trump's manhood were the most shocking yet.
See some of Trump's most expressive faces:
But during the rally in Virginia, Rubio also went after Trump for his spray tan.
"The reason he doesn't sweat is his pores are clogged from his spray tan," Rubio said of Trump, who often attacks Rubio for sweating.
The personal attacks were a step up from the comments Rubio made earlier in the day in Northern Virginia.
During a Sunday afternoon rally in Purcellville, Virginia, Rubio said the time had come to take off the gloves and "unmask" Trump for being, what he called, a "con artist."
Trump, on the other hand, has been attacking Rubio for sweating and wearing makeup on the debate stage.
During Trump's own rally Sunday afternoon in Madison, Alabama, Trump said Rubio has no shot of being the GOP nominee.
"He can't be elected dog-catcher in Florida," he said to laughs. "I call him little Marco."
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