Marco Rubio did not stop hammering Donald Trump when the debate ended.
During a campaign stop Friday the Republican presidential candidate hilariously tore into Trump’s attempts at tweeting insults toward him.
— Dump Trump (@DumpTrump22) February 26, 2016
— TheTweetest (@AtweetN) February 26, 2016
— Saad (@S_Ahmed44) February 26, 2016
After Rubio mocked Trump’s spelling, Trump deleted the tweets, corrected the spelling.
Might be his first defensive move of the campaign.
— John Nolte (@NolteNC) February 26, 2016
Rubio suggested that perhaps the billionaire business mogul hired a foreign worker to write his tweets.
He even shared a behind-the-scenes moment when Trump asked for a full length mirror during a break at last night’s debate. The Florida senator jokingly wondered if Trump was checking to see if he had wet his pants.
It’s safe to say the gloves are off. Watch below.
Social media definitely noticed.
Why is Trump misspelling so many words on Twitter this morning? ‘Chocker,’ ‘leightweight,’ ‘honer.’ Odd. https://t.co/dkXXOJxjxC
— Byron York (@ByronYork) February 26, 2016
@ByronYork because he admitted to loving the poorly educated?
— Sandy (@RightGlockMom) February 26, 2016
@ByronYork Common Core Spelling.
— East Coast Mike (@Swenxof1) February 26, 2016
@ByronYork He attended Trump University?
— ThisIsHopeAndChange? (@AmericanMade_1) February 26, 2016
@ByronYork He is still “dizzy” from the spanking last night.
— Rogerio Manica (@Rogerio_Manica) February 26, 2016
@ByronYork Trump University doesn’t teach spelling?
— Hudson Landrock (@HudsonLandrock) February 26, 2016
@ByronYork Trump Vodka?
— mediamatt (@mediamatt) February 26, 2016
Latest posts by Carmine Sabia (see all)
- Britney Spears shows off her rockin’ new bod, but had to spoil it with a liberal message about ‘Dreamers’ - December 24, 2017
- Border patrol forget they’re supposed to be heartless, deliver beautiful baby at the border - December 24, 2017
- After scoring tax cut victory, Trump sees ‘tremendous Democrat support’ for his next big initiative - December 24, 2017