Donald Trump gave the press a lengthy monologue Wednesday, offering a laundry list of accomplishments from his recently concluded two week tour of Asia.
However, the aspect that "intrigued" the American people, even more, was the way he chose to take a sip of water.
Mr Trump was making a speech following his 11 day-trip around Asia when he suddenly decided he needed to quench his thirst.
Seeing Trump in the awkward position, Rubio did not miss a chance to take a jibe on the US President.
Rubio chimed in on Trump's water break with a Twitter post minutes later drawing the parallel.
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Yes, but what makes the move even more freakish is the fact that back in 2013, the now-president called U.S. Senator Marco Rubio a "total choke artist" after the politician drank water during his State of the Union response. When he realised that there was no water bottle, he came up to announce: "They don't have water. But not bad for his 1st time", Rubio tweeted Wednesday afternoon, linking to a video of Trump stopping mid-speech to look for his water bottle. The senator joked after the president's speech that Trump needs to work on his form.
Next time Marco Rubio should drink his water from a glass as opposed to a bottle-would have much less negative impact.
Dry mouth got in the way.
The president made fun of Rubio for the first water bottle moment - which became a viral sensation- during their bitter 2016 Republican presidential primary clash, when Trump nicknamed the Florida senator "Little Marco".
Mr Trump's source of water in the White House Diplomatic Reception Room?