Hillary Clinton’s decision to join the party in ribbing Marco Rubio for his performance in the last Republican debate may have backfired.
Rubio has been grilled for repeating himself over and over at the GOP debate, where Chris Christie called him out for relying on the same speech. “And let’s dispel once and for all with this fiction that Barack Obama doesn’t know what he’s doing. He knows exactly what he’s doing,” Rubio said, more than once. A Twitter account was even launched called RubioGlitch as a result.
Democrat candidate Clinton joined in with a shot of her own in a post on Thursday.
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) February 11, 2016
The Florida senator responded by questioning Clinton’s qualifications.
Rubio responds to Clinton tweet: “Let’s dispel another notion, that she’s even qualified to be POTUS”
— Zeke Miller (@ZekeJMiller) February 11, 2016
But a short while later, he took aim and fired.
— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) February 11, 2016
Social media heard the shots.
— RepublicanMillennial (@ClarkKyle26) February 11, 2016
Point to Rubio https://t.co/74eLSDFwew
— Seth Mandel (@SethAMandel) February 11, 2016
— Ken Bashford (@krb49928) February 11, 2016
@marcorubio well played, Marco, well played.
— James Garfield (@PresGarfield20) February 11, 2016
Some were not convinced and continued the Rubio glitch theme while some called on both candidates to quit the rhetoric and “do something.”
Stick a fork in Marcobot. He’s done.
— Red Nation Crumbling (@Kleptocratia) February 11, 2016
@marcorubio you should be more worried about the republican side, you dam robot. Lol
— Merouane Benabdelkri (@ptownben) February 11, 2016
— Hugh C. Jorgan (@kransom2) February 11, 2016
For the most part, however, Twitter users enjoyed Rubio’s response.
— Donald Rodham Trump (@Thewbert3) February 11, 2016
— ᵒᵒᵖˢ..Ari..ʰᶦ (@HeyAssbutt) February 11, 2016
— Cruzin’ (@Flyingright1) February 11, 2016
— Lizzie Handren (@Lizzie_Belle_H) February 11, 2016
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