As Twitchy reported, Donald Trump is holding campaign rallies today in Marco Rubio’s home turf of Florida, and although we were fortunate to miss it, Byron York of the Washington Examiner reports that Trump has decided to hang onto the line he debuted at last Thursday’s #GOPDebate on Fox News and that drew so much media attention.
In Orlando, Trump again defending size of his hands. If he wins, will undoubtedly be included in inaugural address.
— Byron York (@ByronYork) March 5, 2016
Many were surprised and pleased to call Donald Trump’s Super Tuesday address downright presidential, but his penis reference seven minutes into the #GOPDebate Thursday night pretty well destroyed that image.
@ByronYork First nude presidential portrait?
— Robert Michaels (@standfree4ever) March 5, 2016
It’s possible, although Bill Clinton’s probably upset he didn’t think of it first. (In case Hillary Clinton wins the White House, painter and Hillary super-fan Sarah Sole already has the nude portrait ready to go, although we’ll leave it to readers to look it up if they dare.)
@ByronYork Founders never want the prez to be treated with reverence like a king. Trump is acting like a reg guy, with a large penis.
— Michael P. Shipley (@michaelpshipley) March 5, 2016
Fair point: There’s nothing in the Constitution on the subject.
@ByronYork Nothing more charming than a 70 year old man self-conscious about the size of his penis and shriveled balls.
— $7WorthofHoobastank (@busterbivin) March 5, 2016
@ByronYork At a loss for any other topic? Some voters may love the entertainment, until he and Kim Jong Un go at it….dangerous.
— Dr. Doreen (@doc_doreen) March 5, 2016
@ByronYork Sounds like he's overcompensating for something.
— Wesley Perich (@WesleyPerich) March 5, 2016
@ByronYork trump devoid of class. If trump vs HRC no class in sight
— dave devereaux (@ddevereaux2) March 5, 2016
— Jeremy Smith (@mrbeaks) March 5, 2016
@ByronYork He'll place his YUGE hand on a copy of The Art Of The Deal and take the oath of office.
— NickStuart (@NickStuart) March 5, 2016
@ByronYork I keep trying to imagine what his State of the Union Address would be. Then I try not to imagine.
— Jackie Anzuini (@janzuini) March 5, 2016