Trump Defends His Manhood At GOP Debate: I Guarantee You There is No Problem
For Trump, size does matter.
It seems anything is up for discussion during the GOP debates, as Donald Trump defended his manhood during the Thursday showdown.
“He referred to my hands, if they're small, something else must be small. I guarantee you there is no problem, I guarantee,” the GOP frontrunner said after rival Marco Rubio poked fun at his hands during the debate and on the campaign trail this week.
The shock waves are still being felt on Friday as the front page of the New York Post read: “Size Matters.”
The headline on The Huffington Post main page read “Cock Fight.”
INSIDE EDITION’s Les Trent spoke to Trump right after the debate in Detroit.
"Many do not think it was very presidential," Trent said.
"I think it was," Trump replied.
The insults seemed to fly non-stop during the debate as the candidates took jabs at each other.
Marco Rubio continued his attacks on Trump, saying: “You ever heard of Trump Steaks? You ever heard of Trump Vodka?”
“Trump Steaks is gone!” he continued.
Rubio also called Trump University a “scam” and said Trump was “trying to con people into giving him their vote just like he conned these people.”
Trump fired back saying: “This little guy has lied so much about my record. You haven’t employed, in your life, one person. I’ve employed tens of thousands of people.”
Cruz also went after Trump, accusing him of being part of “corruption in Washington.”
But as Cruz went after Trump, the Twittersphere was focused on a mysterious white dot that appeared on Cruz's lip.
I don't mean to sound petty, but that thing on Ted Cruz's lip is now the pinnacle of what HDTV has brought America.March 4, 2016
Though quick to attack him, Trump's rivals all said they would support him if he wins the nomination.
Tensions continued after the debate, as Bill O’Reilly interviewed Trump and asked: “Do you mind when guys like me ask the tough questions?”
“You've become negative,” Trump replied. “You've been fair but you get carried away with yourself.”
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