Donald Trump deletes his misspelled tweets after ridicule by Marco Rubio

On the attack: Trump used a rally in Dallas to mock Trump over and over again, even suggesting that the billionaire 
    Florida Senator Marco Rubio mocked Trump's use of Twitter at a campaign event in Dallas, citing multiple misspellings
    He also said the billionaire, 69, may have had a bathroom accident onstage
    Trump responded with series of tweets aimed at Rubio, but they were littered with spelling errors
    After Rubio's jabs, Trump deleted the incorrect tweets and reposted them with the correct spelling

After Marco Rubio mocked a series of Donald Trump's tweets with multiple misspellings the GOP front-runner deleted the posts.


On Friday, Rubio went after Trump for misspelling the words 'lightweight', 'choker' and 'honor' in a Twitter attack against the Florida senator.

'Leightweight chocker Marco Rubio looks like a little boy on stage. Not presidential material!' Trump wrote, misspelling both 'lightweight' and 'choker.'
Donald Trump dashed off several anti-Marco Rubio tweets this morning, but he wasn't using spellcheck as both 'leightweight' and chocker' were misspelled 
Spell check: After Rubio pointed out the series of errors, Trump went back and corrected his misspellings 
Donald Trump used the term 'leightweight chocker' twice and misspelled it both times, while trying to attack fellow Republican Marco Rubio  
Trump also fixed this tweet about Ted Cruz and his second misspelling of 'lightweight choker' later on  

'Why would the people of Florida vote for Marco Rubio when he defrauded them by agreeing to represent them as their Senator and then quit!' Trump also wrote, blasting the senator, who isn't running for re-election because of the presidential race, for missing so many votes.

'Lying Ted Cruz and leightweight chocker Marco Rubio teamed up last night in a last ditch effort to stop our great movement. They failed!' Trump also tweeted, again failing to correctly spell the Rubio attack.

After Rubio made fun of the Donald, Trump went on to his twitter account, deleted the tweets and wrote up new posts spelled correctly.

'Lightweight choker Marco Rubio looks like a little boy on stage. Not presidential material!' the new tweet read.
Rubio's morning was filled with attacks on Trump on Friday.
Oops: Trump had another misspelling in this tweet accidentally spelling 'honor' as 'honer' 
Later, After Rubio's attack about Trump's Twitter, he corrected this tweet, too, spelling 'honor' correctly
He even speculating that the billionaire had 'wet pants' during the Republican debate.
Fresh off last night's Republican debate stage, a newly feisty Rubio tried a new attack line against Trump, one which sounded remarkably similar in tone to the sort of rhetoric used by the billionaire.
Speaking at a rally Dallas, Rubio – who had his own bad debate moment in New Hampshire – read out tweets from Trump's account this morning, which accused the Florida senator of a 'meltdown'.
'Let me tell you something, during the debate last night he went backstage during one of the breaks, two of the breaks - he was having a meltdown,' Rubio told supporters.
'First he had this makeup thing, he was applying makeup around his mustache because he had one of those sweat mustaches.
'Then he asked for a full-length mirror. I don't know why because the podium goes up to here,' Rubio continued, motioning to his chest.
'Maybe to make sure his pants weren't wet,' the senator slyly suggested. 'I don't know.' 

                  Marco Rubio did the morning show rounds today and used the term 'con artist' to whack Donald Trump during each interview 
He also used a tour of the morning shows to attack Trump's integrity.

'We are not going to turn the conservative movement over to a con artist,' Marco Rubio said on the Today Show.
And on CBS This Morning. And on Good Morning America. In fact, Rubio used the term 'con artist' 12 times during his morning show lap.
'He has made a career sticking it to working Americans,' Rubio added on each show.

And he claimed that he was himself the victim of some sort of media conspiracy to crown Trump the nominee so the Republicans lost the White House.
'The media is pumping him up as some unstoppable force,' Rubio said on CBS.

'The cover he's getting from the media these days is extraordinary,' Rubio said to George Stephanopoulos on ABC. 
A new, more fiery, Rubio stepped on to last night's Republican debate stage ready to go to war with Trump as the Republican field had narrowed down to five.

This morning Rubio explained that the slimmer, trimmer field, along with the fact that Trump was dominating the race so far, let him to step up his attacks.
Trump fired back this morning using Twitter - but his tweets were littered with errors.

Hitting back, Rubio, according to Texas Tribune reporter Patrick Svitek, suggested that 'maybe he hires foreign workers to do his tweets.'
At the Dallas rally, the senator gleefully read them aloud.
'Let's read some, you'll have fun,' Rubio said, reading the most recent selections. 'A choker, I guess that's what he meant to say,' he laughed.

During the debate Rubio whacked Trump for hiring illegal immigrants, as opposed to Americans, which the Florida senator perceived as hypocritical for someone who has made illegal immigration the central focus of his campaign.

'I ... think that if you're going to claim that you're the only one who lifted this into the campaign,' Rubio said of immigration. 'That you acknowledge that you're the only person on this stage that's ever been fined for hiring to work on your projects illegally.' 

'No, no, I'm the only one on the stage that's hired people. You haven't hired anybody!' Trump responded, while denying that he had ever broken immigration employment law.
'I've hired tens of thousands of people over at my job. You've hired nobody,' Trump fumed. 'You've had nothing but problems with your credit cards, et cetera. So don't tell me about that.'
That was a jab about a scandal involving Rubio's use of a Republican Party of Florida credit card for his personal expenses.

'You haven't hired one person, you liar!' he boomed.
'He hired workers from Poland. And he had to pay a million dollars or so in a judgment,' Rubio claimed.
'That's wrong. That's wrong. Totally wrong,' Trump insisted.
Ted Cruz made a simliar effort to sideline Trump but fell comparatively flat.

RUBIO ATTACKS!  

 'Let me tell you something, during the debate last night he went backstage during one of the breaks, two of the breaks - he was having a meltdown
'First he had this makeup thing, he was applying makeup around his mustache because he had one of those sweat mustaches.
'Then he asked for a full-length mirror. I don't know why because the podium goes up to here.
'Maybe to make sure his pants weren't wet. I don't know.'
 'We are not going to turn the conservative movement over to a con artist.'
'He has made a career sticking it to working Americans.'  
'He hired workers from Poland!' 
'I saw you repeat yourself five times five seconds ago!' 
'If he hadn't inherited $200 million, do you know where Donald Trump would be? Selling watches in Manhattan.' 
'Then he asked for a full-length mirror. I don't know why because the podium goes up to here. Maybe to make sure his pants weren't wet.'

This morning Marco Rubio ridiculed Donald Trump for his flurry of anti-Rubio tweets that included several misspelled words 
'You haven't hired one person, you liar!' Donald Trump insisted at one point during last night's Republican debate when Marco Rubio brought up that the billionaire had hired illegal immigrants from Poland 
The Donald said he would deport millions of illegal immigrants but allow the 'good ones' to return through a screening process.

Cruz insisted he would be stricter.
'We have always welcomed legal immigrants, but I think it is a mistake to forgive those who break the law to allow them to become U.S. citizens, and that's why I've led the fight against granting citizenship to those here illegally,' he said.
He also blasted Trump for taking the issue of building a border wall as his own, saying he raised the idea in 2012.
'I really find it amazing that Donald believes that he is the one who discovered the issue of illegal immigration,' Cruz marveled.
'I can tell you, when I ran for Senate here in the state of Texas, I ran promising to lead the fight against amnesty, promising to fight to build a wall.'

'And in 2013, when I was fight against the "gang of eight" amnesty bill, where was Donald?' Cruz asked. 'He was firing Dennis Rodman on "Celebrity Apprentice".'
Meanwhile, Rubio continued to badger Trump on bad business dealings, including the defunct Trump University.
'If he hadn't inherited $200 million, do you know where Donald Trump would be? Selling watches in Manhattan!' he said.