MINE IS BIGGER: Marco and Trump at it Again on Whose ‘Manhood’ is Bigger During Detroit Debate

Screen Shot 2016-03-04 at 9.41.32 AMWe’ve got serious problems if this is the way our debates are going.

Donald Trump assured a national television audience on Thursday night that he’s not lacking in the manhood department.

Marco Rubio has suggested that Trump has ‘small hands,’ and that it could indicate another body part could be undersized.

Trump immediately brought it up during a Fox News debate at the Fox Theatre in Detroit.

‘He hit my hands. Nobody has ever hit my hands. I’ve never heard of this one. Look at those hands. Are they small hands?’

‘And he referred to my hands – if they’re small, something else must be small,’ Trump said, recalling a Rubio rally this week as he waved his hands to the audience.

‘I guarantee you there’s no problem. I guarantee.’

Trump repeatedly referred to Rubio as ‘Little Marco’ throughout the night.

But he initially retracted another insult he’s aimed at the Florida senator.

‘He’s really not much of a lightweight,’ Trump said. 

During a February 28 rally in Salem, Virginia, Rubio mocked Trump’s hands and drew roars from a crowd of more than 1,000.

‘He’s always calling me ‘Little Marco’ … and I’ll admit he’s taller than me, he’s 6’2″, which is why I don’t understand why he has hands the size of someone who’s 5’2″.

‘Have you seen his hands? You know what they say about men with small hands,’ Rubio said – adding a pregnant pause.

‘You can’t trust them!’ he snarked.

After the debate, Trump was happy to address the ‘hands’ issue again.

‘These hands?’ he asked a group of reporters in the spin room.

‘Look at these hands!’ he said as he turned them back and forth and stretched out his fingers for effect.

Read more: Daily Mail


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