Rubio Makes Fun of Trump for Spelling “Choker” Correctly


At a campaign rally on Friday morning, Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida took out his phone and read from Donald Trump’s Twitter account, hoping to mock the GOP front-runner. Things did not go according to plan. 

Rubio made fun of Trump’s spelling of the word “choker”—except that Trump’s tweet, as Rubio read it, spelled the word correctly. “He spelled choker C-H-O-K-E-R,” Rubio said. “Chocker.”

Trump did misspell the word in an earlier tweet, which he deleted.

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