Trump defends anatomy in debate’s opening moments

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Within five minutes of the debate’s opening, Trump had seemingly bragged about the size of his genitals. Rubio earlier in the week said Trump had small hands. “I guarantee there’s no problem”.

Rubio campaign spokesman called Trump a “con artist” in response, and suggested that Trump is anxious Rubio will win the Florida primary and gain momentum.
Donald Trump and Marco Rubio plunged into a new round of insults at the start of the 11th Republican presidential debate Friday as the Republicans scrambled to keep the brash billionaire from winning the nomination. So, if there’s anyone who’s ever deserved to be attacked that way, it’s been Donald Trump. Marco Rubio has even joined the party by mocking the size of Trump’s hands while also hinting about the size of Trump’s manhood.
For his part, Rubio said he doesn’t think the polls are accurate.
“So we bring people in and we send people out”.
“It would be absurd to say that if I were drafted I’d say no”, Romney said.
Kasich was low-key and stayed out of the verbal fight.
“We go to a brokered convention and the D.C. power brokers will drop someone in who is exactly to the liking of the Washington establishment”. “Let me tell you something, Ted, the last person that Hillary Clinton wants to face is Donald Trump“. Missed opportunities, which, in a lot of ways, is the two-word summary of this race for all of the not-Trump candidates.
In a speech on Thursday Romney, who lost to President Obama in the 2012 race, and previously in 2008, warned his party against nominating the Apprentice star as the candidate. Romney said that “Trump’s bombast is already alarming our allies”, fueling our enemies. They both decried Trump University, the subject of ongoing lawsuits, and his bullying debate tactics.
Still, Romney was pressed to explain why he accepted Trump’s 2012 endorsement and acknowledge that all of Trump’s business flops didn’t happen after 2012.
“I could have said, ‘Mitt, drop to your knees.’ He would have dropped to his knees, ‘” Trump said, in what was widely interpreted as a thinly veiled sexual joke.
Ted Cruz, and Ohio Gov. John Kasich watch him a Republican presidential primary debate at Fox Theatre, Thursday, March 3, 2016, in Detroit.