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Wednesday, November 15, 2017

A very thirsty Donald Trump had his own Marco Rubio water bottle moment today

Posted By on Wed, Nov 15, 2017 at 4:11 PM

After mocking Florida Sen. Marco Rubio's 2013 water bottle gaffe, Donald Trump had his own thirsty boy moment today. 

While speaking to reporters this afternoon about his trip to Asia, a parched Trump paused from reading his teleprompter to wet his whistle with a refreshing bottle of water, something he mocked Rubio for doing on multiple occasions.



As we all know, there really is a Trump tweet for just about everything. So here he is mocking Rubio for drinking from a water bottle in 2013 ... And here's the clip of Trump mocking Rubio again on the campaign trail in 2016.  Of course, today's big thirsty moment from Trump did not go unnoticed by Rubio, who said the moment wasn't bad for his first time.  Stay thirsty.

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