President Trump was apparently right when he shook up the 2016 presidential campaign to declare that his hands were big.

Readying to pass out hoagies during a trip Thursday to hurricane ravaged Florida, he tried to put on a pair of rubber gloves and failed.

The White House press pool report said:

"Trump paused to try to put on thin white plastic gloves but struggled. His hands were apparently too, uh, large. ‘They're too small,' Trump said.

During one of the cruder portions of campaign, Sen. Marco Rubio suggested that Trump's hands were small, a metaphor sometimes for penis size.

See the full report below:

After speaking to a homeowner in Naples, Trump and his entourage walked to a staging area filled with food and water for the community and recovery workers. A huge flag pole with a big American flag flew overhead and the crowd cheered as Potus said hello and pumped his fist.

"There's Melania, she's gorgeous!" said a woman.

Trump then moved to the refreshment tables. He picked up a banana and asked if anyone wanted one. Melania moved to Trump's left and Pence to his left. Gov. Rick Scott, Sen. Rubio and Energy Sec Rick Perry also took places at the table.

Trump stood behind a silver tin of hoagies, cut in half and wrapped in cellophane. Melania was near bottled water and Pence near the bananas. Trump paused to try to put on thin white plastic gloves but struggled. His hands were apparently too, uh, large.

"They're too small," Trump said. The glove on his right hand ripped along his thumb, exposing skin. Trump began shaking hands and passing out hoagies – or, rather, pointing at them. "Don't forget to take one!" he implored. "Here's a nice one!" It was hot but trump kept on his windbreaker over his white dress shirt and khakis.

Pence wore an Air Force jacket with his name, including middle initial R., embroidered on it. Scott wore a blue NAVY baseball cap and Rubio had and Ave Maria University beige ball cap

Trump pumped his fist."Don't forget a sandwich." He said.

A muscular man in a red polo approached Trump. The president marveled. "You a workout guy?" he asked. "Keep it up."

Another man in a Trump t-shirt and hat shook his hand and Trump told him to turn around to photographers. The president was smiling as the man yelled, "Make America great again!"

A woman holding a small dog shook hands with Potus. "Are you a biker?" Trump wondered. "The bikers love us." He slapped her on the shoulder with a broad grin.

Another man then yelled out: "Where was Obama during the last hurricane? ON the golf course!" The man shook with Potus and Trump asked if he'd voted for him. "Best vote of your life?" Trump asked.

Paul Bedard, the Washington Examiner's "Washington Secrets" columnist, can be contacted at pbedard@washingtonexaminer.com