GOP frontrunner Donald Trump may soon wish his discussion with The Washington Post editorial board was off the record. You know, more of a gentleman’s agreement sealed with a handshake.
But with no handshake and no such agreement, you’ve got to hand it to them. The number of times the word “hands” came up in a story by Philip Rucker and Robert Costa about the meeting was a whopping 18.
“My hands are normal hands,” their headline blared.
Which means that in that editorial interview with Trump, a member of the editorial board actually pressed the presidential hopeful about a part of his anatomy that is often equated to the size of his dick.
Trump insisted to the WaPo board that his hands are actually “slightly large.”
“Normal,” wrote Rucker and Costa, quoting Trump. “Strong.” “Good size.” “Great.” “Fine.” “Slightly large, actually.”
After Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) came after him about the size of his hands — and what that might mean for his poor genitals — Trump told the board he “had no choice” but to defend his stumps and his manhood.
Trump went on to brag about all the voters who complimented him on his hands.
On a important side note: Trump is self-admitted germaphobe who doesn’t even like shaking hands. In “The Art of the Comeback” he called handshaking “one of the curses of American society.”
Read the full WaPo story here.