Trump Fiji Water
U.S. President Donald Trump takes a drink of water while speaking about his 12-day trip to Asia, fair trade, and the economy, at the White House in Washington, D.C., Nov.15, 2017. Mark Wilson/Getty Images

President Donald Trump gave Twitter a field a day when he stopped mid-way during a speech and took an awkward sip of FIJI Water on Wednesday.

The President of the United States looked for the bottle of water under the podium, which took some time to find. He wanted to continue talking but someone pointed out to him where the water was after which he got hold of the bottle. He then looked forward and took a sip in a very odd manner, resulting in a social media frenzy.

This incident brought comparisons with the time when Trump mocked Florida Senator Marco Rubio in 2013 when the latter took a sip of water during a session with the State of the Union.

In a move to undermine Rubio’s nomination for presidential candidacy at the time for The Republican Party, Trump in a tweet mocked Rubio saying, “ Next time Marco Rubio should drink his water from a glass as opposed to a bottle—would have a much less negative impact. ”

This was not the only instance where the pair locked horns over Twitter. According to a CNN report, Marco Rubio had mocked Trump for his spelling mistakes in his tweets. He reportedly said, "'He is a chocker. And once a chocker, always a' -- a choker, I guess that's what he meant to say." Trump had written the wrong spelling for "choker" in tweets which referred to Rubio.

To this Trump replied by tweeting, "Lightweight Marco Rubio was working hard last night. The problem is, he is a choker, and once a choker, always a choker! Mr. Meltdown," said the report.

Trump, however, shot himself in the foot when he misspelled the word "Honor" by writing it as "honer" in a tweet. He wrote, "Wow, every poll said I won the debate last night. Great honer!"

The tweet was written when Trump was boasting about himself after CNN's Republican debate, but unfortunately, the tweet backfired and he was the subject of intense ridicule by social media.

Also, according to a report in Time, Trump claimed that he never saw a "human being" sweat like Rubio. This was apparently a payback to Rubio who previously said that Trump had "one of those little sweat mustaches."

However, fast-forward to 2017, Marco Rubio was the one who did the tweeting this time.

FIJI Water is a water company founded in 1996 and is one of the leading companies in providing quality drinking water. Also, according to the company's official site, U.S. is the largest importer of FIJI Water in the world.

A report came in which said that after right after the incident, the Wikipedia page of FIJI Water was edited for a temporary while. The edited section of the page read, "Fiji Water is the first official thirst quencher of Donald Trump."

While some perceived the situation to be hilarious, others were quite surprised as to how this even became a trending issue and took to Twitter to say the same.