The Situation Room host Wolf Blitzer asked his audience if a drink of water “can make or break a political career” Wednesday after Florida Sen. Marco Rubio gave his State of the Union rebuttal Tuesday night.
The Twitterverse was ablaze last night after Mr. Rubio’s now-famous #RubioSip when he reached off camera to take a swig of water from a water bottle to cure his dry mouth.
Mr. Blitzer joked it was an action that could kill the senator’s chances for a 2016 presidential run. He played the video a couple of times with the header reading, “Career-ender?”
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