Donald Trump is not easing up on Marco Rubios sweating. After the Republican presidential debate this week, he mocked Rubios perspiration and said the country doesnt need a president who 1.
Richard Nixon sweating in first presidential debates v John F Kennedy In 1960, Kennedy and Nixon squared off in the first televised presidential debates in US history. The debate showed the It was hard to miss the sweat on the candidates faces Wednesday night during the Republican presidential debate. The snarky comments about perspiration started not long after the debate began. Some thought it was worse than Richard Nixon's meltdown during his first debate with John F. Kennedy. Nov 03, 2015 Room temperature made the GOP candidates' list of requests for the next debate.
That might seem petty, but it's often an important factor on TV. At a rally in New Hampshire on Monday evening, Donald Trump slammed fellow candidate Marco Rubio for repeating himself during Saturday's GOP debate, and remarked that Rubio was" sweating like a dog" while on stage.
(Video via John F. Kennedy Presidential Library) While, at the time, opinions were actually mixed over who" won" the debate, the image of Nixon sweating has endured, and a sweaty legacy is something the current candidates likely want to avoid.
Sep 21, 2015 Autoplay When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next. Up next GOP Debate: The Worst 9 Minutes of Marco Rubio's Campaign Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton shake hands at the end of their first presidential debate, at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New