Donald Trump promises he’s got a big enough dick to be president


Rubio counters Trump’s attacks at debate MORE (R-Fla.) on late Thursday squared off in an awkward exchange over one another’s size.

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His answer provided fodder for more attacks from rivals Florida Senator Marco Rubio, Texas Senator Ted Cruz, who are anxious to stop the rise of Mr Trump. “You can’t trust them”.
Donald Trump, who frequently calls reporters “disgusting” and “liars” on the stump, still values off the record conversations with them. (But) I guarantee you, there is no problem. Marco Rubio becomes the nominee, said Pawlenty. “He was begging for my endorsement”, Trump said, referring to the 2012 primary contest.
Cruz also questioned Trump’s conservative bonafides.
Mr Trump dismissed the former MA governor who lost to President Barack Obama four years ago. “We need give and take in government, you’re never going to agree on anything”.
“There is not a speech or debate that Donald Trump does that he doesn’t personally offend or try to offend somebody, ” Rubio said.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich made it unanimous.
So, now it seems that certain prominent Republicans are thinking about not supporting Trump if he gets the nomination as he gets closer to possibly being the nominee. “He gets a free ride to the White House, and all we get is a lousy hat”, Romney said.
“If they’re small, something else must be small”, he said, referring to his manhood.
“I thought John Kasich shined for the first time in all the debates”.
Sasse has said he would not endorse Trump if he won the Republican nomination. “His promises are as worthless as a degree from Trump University”.
“This man is a world-class con artist, and he is conning people into thinking he fights for the little guy”, Rubio said in an interview with U.S. media just after Super Tuesday. Military officials have already said they would not engage with him because of these views. Romney’s campaign self-destructed when he came off as being more interested in a 47 vehicle garage with an elevator than 47% of Americans.
Cruz, as he has done for weeks, also attacked Trump for having supported and donated money to Democrats in the past.