Trump evokes imaginary ‘little Marco’ to defend ‘curse’ of little hands

How much longer do we have to discuss the size of Donald Trump’s hands … and other appendages?

Standing in front of a crowd at a sports and expo center outside of Detroit, the Republican presidential front-runner looked down to have a pretend conversation with an imaginary ‘little Marco.’

He then looked out to the crowd and proceeded, again, to defend his hand size.

“Those hands can hit a golf ball 285 yards,” he told the crowd at the sports and expo center Friday.


Trump argues with imaginary Little Marco onstage by tommyxtopher

“I’ve never been criticized about the size of my hands before,” he said. “I’m saying to myself, ‘What’s going on here? So what do I do?’ For the rest of my life I have the curse that I have little hands?” he continued.

Trump also lamented a conversation he had with his staff where they asked him to act presidential.

He said if he would just “take incoming” and not fight back, he “would have seven” people at his events “and they would be the protesters who were thrown out,” before turning his attention to 2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney.

“I had two fundraisers in my apartment (for Romney). In fact, one of them was such a rainy day that it ruined the carpets of my apartment, everyone’s coming in, I had hundreds of people. My carpets were ruined! I think I’m going to send him a bill for new carpets,” Trump suggested to the delight of the crowd.


Trump: Crazy Mitt Romney Ruined My Carpets by tommyxtopher

It’s good to see the important issues are being addressed.

Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia Jr started his own professional wrestling business at age 18 and went on to become a real estate investor. Currently he is a pundit who covers political news and current events.
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