“His language was so filthy that it made me like the most clean-cut human being on earth,” Trump said at a rally in Tennessee.
Trump was apparently referring to a Nov. 4 rally held days before the election in Cleveland.
He said the only way Clinton was able to fill an arena was to have Jay-Z perform.
“And by the way, without any musical instruments, I had much bigger crowds than he was drawing,” the president said, adding:
“He’d stand up before those crowds and he’d use the f-word, and Hillary would sit back ‘I’m in trouble, I’m in trouble, oy, please don’t have him use that kind of language anymore.’ And then he’d finish and everyone would leave, and she’d be standing up making a speech to 400 people.”
Critics took to social media to remind Trump of some of the things he’s said:
These are things Trump has said:— New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) May 30, 2018
"I did try and f--k her. She was married."
"I moved on her like a b--ch."
"Then all of a sudden I see her, she’s now got the big phony t--s and everything."
"Look at you, you are a p---y."
"Grab ’em by the p---y. You can do anything."
Trump attacks Jay Z for using "language that was so filthy" while campaigning for Clinton "that it made me like the most clean cut human being."— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) May 30, 2018
During the campaign, Trump would regularly say that he'd "bomb the shit out of ISIS" and he once called Ted Cruz a "pussy." pic.twitter.com/5PkD9epDRq
Trump is criticizing Jay Z for using “filthy language“ and dropping F bombs, yet he proudly accepts endorsements for people like Ted Nugent and Kid Rock.— R. Chase Brindisi (@RBrindisi12) May 30, 2018
Just another example of his racism on display, all to satisfy his equally racist base.
Mr grab em by the pussy is offended. Give me a break.— jho (@jaquelinehogreb) May 30, 2018
99 problems stormy Daniels ain’t one— Orry baker (@Orrybaker1) May 30, 2018
Will somebody tell him that he is not running against Clinton anymore?— Michael Allen (@msa_allen) May 30, 2018
I thought we are in 2018, get over it Don! Election is over.— Paul Osoro (@PaulOsoro) May 30, 2018
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