GOP frontrunner Donald Trump made fun of Marco Rubio's sweating problem during a rally where he told his followers, "We need people that don’t sweat."
February 16, 2016

Donald Trump took aim at Marco Roboto's penchant for sweating profusely when he gets nervous during a late night rally in Greenville, South Carolina. We've all witnessed Roboto's need for buckets of water when he's speaking and we've seen the glistening sweat pour off his face when he's debating so the Donald did what the Donald normally does.

He attacks!

Trump: Marco Rubio, who stood with me, he was with me when he had the meltdown, and I’m telling you, it wasn't a pretty sight. No, he was standing right there, no, he was soaking wet, I’m telling you. He was wet. Boy, I say “What the hell’s going on over here?”I thought he just came out of a swimming pool, he was soaking. I said “Look! Wow.” Said “Are you okay?”

When we get in with Putin we need people that don’t sweat. No, it’s true. We need people that don’t sweat. Can you imagine Putin sitting there and waiting for the meeting and this guy walks in and he’s like a wreck? No, you got to have Trump walk into that meeting folks, we’ll do very nicely. We’re gonna do very nicely.

I love that he made believe he cared for Rubio's welfare on stage.

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