Donald Trump used a northwest Arkansas rally three days in advance of the Arkansas primary to throw verbal hand grenades at Republican presidential adversary Marco Rubio.
“I will address little Rubio,” the New York billionaire told a large crowd at Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport.
“I thought (Ted) Cruz was a liar, but Rubio is worse.”
Trump’s 58-minute unscripted speech seemingly covered whatever topic popped into his mind.
He said the lawsuit he is litigating over Trump University that Rubio spotlighted in the Republican debate Thursday should have been thrown out of court but the judge, who he says is Hispanic, is “hostile” to him.
Trump said he will do everything he can as president to “open up” the libel laws to make it easier to sue media members over inaccurate stories.
He questioned the profit Rubio made on a house Trump said he sold a lobbyist.
And he said, “We got to win Arkansas… Maybe I’ll start shopping permanently at Wall-Mart if we win Arkansas… never go anywhere else.”
Trump arrived with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, who introduced him. Christie gave his endorsement to Trump Friday.