Rubio Suggests Trump Is Poorly Endowed, Two Weeks After Saying ‘My Kids Are Watching This Campaign’


Dick Jokes Just the Latest Low in GOP's Anything Goes 'Presidential' Campaign

Donald Trump has made the 2016 presidential race the very definition of gutter politics, and after being bullied and beaten, one of his opponents has decided to hit the GOP frontrunner where it hurts. On Sunday, Florida former Tea Party idol and sitting Republican U.S. Senator Marco Rubio suggested to a crowd of college students that his chief opponent has a small penis.

Just two weeks ago, Rubio told Pat Robertson's evangelical Christian reporter at CBN that it "hasn't been hard" to stay positive (video above). 

"I don’t do the personal stuff," Rubio told David Brody in a sit-down interview. "I don’t do the personal attacks primarily because it’s not who I am, because I think it’s beneath the office that I’m seeking but also because I don’t want to embarrass my kids. My kids are watching this campaign. I don’t want to do things that will embarrass them now or in the future. I want to be an example to them."

Fast forward to yesterday.

"He's always calling me 'Little Marco,'" Rubio told the students at a rally in Roanoke, Virginia. "And I'll admit ... he's taller than me, he's like 6-2. Which is why I don't understand why his hands are the size of someone who's 5-2."

Of course, many of the students cheered.

"And you know what they say about men with small hands," Rubio quizzed them, gleefully pausing, waiting for the crowd's reaction. "You can't trust 'em!"

Of course, the news media and Twitter exploded:


Image: Screenshot via ABC News 
Rubio video: CBN News