Rubio Says His Kids Were ‘Embarrassed’ When He Questioned The Size Of Trump’s Manhood [VIDEO]
Sen. [crscore]Marco Rubio[/crscore] says his kids were “embarrassed” by the fact their father questioned the size of Donald Trump’s manhood.
During MSNBC’s town hall event for Rubio on Wednesday with Chuck Todd, the Florida senator said, “And if I do it again, I would have done that part differently but not the stuff about [Trump’s] record on business. I think that is legitimate and the people need to know that what they are electing is not who he says he is.” (RELATED: Donald Trump Clarifies The Size Of His Junk On National TV [VIDEO])
“In terms of things that have to do with personal stuff, yeah, you know, at the end of the day, you know that’s not something I’m entirely proud of,” Rubio said. “My kids were embarrassed by it and you know, if I had to do it again, I wouldn’t. But not on the other charges, not on the other things.” (RELATED: Rubio Goes Nuclear On Trump By Attacking The Size Of His Hands)
“When it comes to the fact that he is portraying himself as something that he is not, and has done this before throughout his career, this time the stakes are not a worthless $36,000 degree at Trump University, the stakes are the greatest nation on Earth,” he suggested.
Todd followed up, “You regret the schoolyard stuff?”
“You know why… I think he had to be stood up to, I really do believe that,” Rubio said. “But that said, that’s not the campaign I want to run.”
Todd commented, “It took a toll on you. You didn’t look comfortable doing it to be honest.”
“Well, look, [Trump] needed to be stood up,” Rubio insisted. “This is a guy that’s basically offended everyone for a year. I mean literally, he’s mocked a disabled journalist, a female journalist, every minority group imaginable on a daily basis… used profanity from the stage. That said, yeah I don’t want to be that. If that’s what it takes to become president of the United States, then I don’t want to be president. I don’t think that’s what it takes to be president. In fact, I know that’s not what it takes. It’s not what we want from our next president.”