At one point during his press conference Wednesday afternoon, as he outlined the progress made during his 10-day Asian trip, it was clear President Trump badly needed a drink of water.

Finally, he searched on one side of his podium, but no water. Someone off camera told him where the water was, and he quickly retrieved his bottle of water and took a drink before continuing his remarks.

Much ado is being made of the incident on social media. In fact, Twitter is almost on fire over the water issue.

Fox News Sunday producer Pat Ward posted a video on Twitter, and tagged Sen. Marco Rubio, who was mocked by the media a few years ago, when he had to take a drink of water during a speech.

Rubio shot out a response on Twitter, with “advice” on how President Trump should improve his technique.

“Similar, but needs work on his form. Has to be done in one single motion & eyes should never leave the camera. But not bad for his 1st time,” Rubio tweeted.

Below are a sampling of other Twitter posts from the media, as they are all having a heyday over President Trump needing a drink of water during his press conference.

Chris Cillizza of CNN posted an old tweet from Trump of when he mocked Rubio.