Picture: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images
Picture: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images

What is the point? What is the actual point any more? Someone tell us because we don't know any more.

Republican presidential candidate and likely nominee Donald Trump has assured the US people that he has a big penis.

Speaking in the GOP debate televised on Thursday night on Fox News, Trump told the audience:

Look at those hands—are they small hands? And, he referred to my hands, ‘If they’re small, something else must be small.’ I guarantee you, there’s no problem... I guarantee you.

That's right.

He wants to build a wall between the US and Mexico, with no idea how he'll fund his immigration policy, he wants to outsource workers (oh wait, he doesn't, or does he? Who knows?), he has no climate change policy whatsoever and thinks it's a hoax, he wants to repeal same-sex marriage, he's gone back on his original mantra of defunding planned parenthood entirely to only cutting its abortion services, his plan with regards to Isis is to "bomb the s--- out of them", he has proposed no limits on guns whatsoever, he want to scrap any plans for universal healthcare and he proposed a total ban on Islam.

But the most important thing he feels he needs to clarify to you, the electorate, is the size of his genitalia.

Perhaps it's because he doesn't actually know what he's going to do that he just keeps repeating the mantra that he'll "make America great again" with "lots of great plans", or maybe it's because his genuine supporters, as opposed to the protest voters, are more comfortable with no idea what they're voting for.

And we get upset at the heckling from backbenchers in PMQs. We don't know how good we have it.

What's worse is he's bringing the standard down on the other side of the house, if the number of memes and gifs going out on Hillary's Twitter account is anything to go by:

Ok, it's Twitter, but you get the point.

Everyone gaze in awe at the splendour of Mr Trump's appendage. It's all you'll be getting till November, and possibly beyond at this rate.

Watch the full video, below:

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