Senator Marco Rubio, coasting on the momentum from his aggressive debate performance last night, continued his offensive against opponent Donald Trump at a rally in Texas this morning.
Rubio read some of Trump’s tweets at the event, specifically the ones with spelling errors. “I have them right here. Let’s read some!” Rubio said. “We’ll have fun.”
“And once a chocker, always a choker,” Rubio said, feigning confusion. “I guess that’s what he meant to say. He spelled ‘choker,’ ‘c-h-o-c-k-e-r.’ Chocker.”
“First, he had this little makeup thing, applying makeup around his mustache, because he had one of those sweat mustaches,” Rubio said.
“Then he asked for a full-length mirror. I don’t know why, because the podium goes up to here,” Rubio continued, pointing to his chest.
Then: “Maybe to make sure his pants weren’t wet. I don’t know.”
Rubio then talked about a tweet that had misspelled the word “honor” to read “honer.” The senator said, “I don’t know how he got that wrong, because the ‘e’ and the ‘o’ are nowhere near each other on the keyboard.”
“No. 1: That’s how they spell those words at the Wharton School of Business, where he went,” Rubio said. “Or No. 2, just like Trump Tower, he must have found a foreign worker to do his own tweets.”