Marco Rubio's campaign website sells a broken $10 'Trump Watch' (Rolex, of course) after the senator quipped Donald would be selling watches if not for his inheritance during the debate

Marco Rubio's campaign was quick to capitalize on the remark he fired at Donald Trump during Thursday night's debate saying the GOP front runner would be selling watches if not for his $200 million inheritance

  • Marco Rubio's campaign is cashing in on quip he fired at Donald Trump during Thursday night's debate
  • Rubio said if Trump hadn't inherited $200 million he would be selling watches in Manhattan
  • On his campaign's online store, a 'Trump Watch' was being sold for $10 featuring photo of a shattered Rolex
  • Item description noted buyers 'won't actually get a broken Trump watch, but your $10 donation will help Marco stop him' 
During the Republican debate on Thursday, Marco Rubio ripped into Donald Trump saying he would be selling watches if not for his inheritance and now his campaign is cashing in on the quip.
Rubio made his move on Trump over his use of illegal immigrant workers to build his namesake structure and a now defunct program called Trump University that promised to help attendees get rich and they failed to deliver
'If he hadn't inherited $200 million, do you know where Donald Trump would be? Selling watches in Manhattan,' Rubio fired at Trump.
In the midst of the debate, Rubio's campaign was quick to capitalize on the remark, posting a broken 'Trump Watch' to his online campaign store for $10 that featured a photo of a shattered Rolex.
In the item description, the watch was referred to 'AS SEEN ON TV' but also featured a note to shoppers hoping to receive a Rolex, albeit broken, in the mail.
'NOTE: You won’t actually get a broken Trump watch, but your $10 donation will help Marco stop him,' the notice read.
Rubio made his move on Trump over his use of illegal immigrant workers to build his namesake structure and a now defunct program called Trump University that promised to help attendees get rich and they failed to deliver.
The U.S. Senator also hit him for having his clothing line and ties made in Mexico - a country he physically wants to wall off - and in China and multiple bankruptcies.
Asked about the 'Trump Watch' after the conclusion of the debate by CNN's Chris Cuomo, Trump said, 'The problem with Marco, he's a choke artist. He chokes.'
Trump brought up Rubio's now infamous New Hampshire debate performance, when he repeated himself several times as Chris Christie pummeled him, and said, 'I've never seen anything like that.
'He looked like he was coming out of a swimming pool, he was soaking wet...We can't have a choke artist.'
Trump said playing sports in his youth taught him that, 'When you're choker, you're always a choker.
'We cant have that. We can't take any chances in this country.'