Donald Trump finalized his rally before Tuesday’s New Hampshire presidential primary to throw a litany of insults at his political rivals on Monday, and created a scene when he repeated an offensive remark from an aaudience in the crowd who shouted that Ted Cruz’s position on waterboarding made him “a p—-”.
Trump repeated a vulgarly statement
The Republican front-runner aspiring to be in the White House also mocked Jeb Bush and commented that Marco Rubio was “sweating like a dog” during this weekend’s debate. But his statements of a vulgarity shouted by a female supporter in the Verizon Center on Monday evening was most likely the first time in American history that a main presidential candidate used a words widely not TV friendly words and considered obscene in a public rally, not to talk of using the word to depict his nearest competitor for public office.
Trump bashing Ted pretty hard
Trump was chiding Cruz for giving an ambiguous answer during the debate on Saturday, when most candidates were pressed on whether waterboarding constituted torture and whether any of them would reinstate it. Trump had stated that night that he would “bring back a hell of a lot worse than waterboarding” but on Monday he verbally attacked the Texas senator seen as a weakling.
“The other night in the debate” he told thousands of multitudes in Manchester “they asked Ted Cruz a serious question, what do you think of waterboarding? Is it OK? I thought he’d say absolutely, and he didn’t. And he said, well, he’s concerned because some people”
A woman close to the front of the crowd interrupted Trump. “He’s a p—-!”
Trump rebuked her for saying “a terrible thing”.
“You know what she just said?” Trump asked. “Shout it out, because I don’t want to say it.”
“You’re not allowed to say that,” he continued. “I never expect to hear that from you again.”
Trump paused a little, looked out at his election audience and leaned into the microphone: and he released the words “She said he’s a p—-.”
The audience got excited and cheered – exclaimed “Trump! Trump!” – before he gave the woman an insulting rebuke and returned to his long meandering, for more than 45-minute speech. “For the press,” he said, looking up at the television cameras, “this is a serious reprimand.”