While Trump was speaking to a 5,000 person crowd at Manchester’s Verizon Center on the eve of the New Hampshire primary, he used a vulgar world for female anatomy to describe Republican rival Ted Cruz.
Trump was commenting on Ted Cruz when he heard a comment from someone in the crowd. He pointed at the woman and said: “she just said a terrible thing. You know what she said? Shout it out ’cause I don’t wanna.”
He then repeated it anyways: “She said, ‘He’s a p—y.'” He then added, in a sarcastic tone, “That’s terrible! Terrible.” The crowd burst in cheer and a “Trump” chant.
It seems no matter how much Donald Trump shocks, it doesn’t hurt his campaign. What’s going on? Is it fitting for a presidential candidate to use this word? Or does this just demonstrate his transparency and ability to connect with the common folk?
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