President Donald Trump called on Jay-Z on Tuesday for the language the hip-hop star and businessman used during an event at presidential rival Hillary Clinton's 2016 event.
"His language was so dirty that it made me the cleanest man on earth," Trump said at a rally in Tennessee.
He said the only way Clinton could fill an arena was to let Jay-Z perform.
"And by the way, without musical instruments, I had much larger crowds than he drew," said the President, adding:
"He would stand up in front of these crowds and he would use the F word, and Hillary would sit back" I'm in trouble, I'm having trouble, oy, please do not let him use that language anymore. "And then he would be ready and everyone would leave, and she I would get up and give a speech to 400 people."
Critic have recalled in social media Trump of some of the things he said:
These are things that Trump has said:
"I tried it. You were married."
"I left continue like a bch. "
" Then I suddenly see her, she now has the big fake T ̵1; S and everything. "
" Look at you, you're a P – y. "
"Take her from P – y. You can do anything."
– New York Daily News (@NYDa ilyNews) May 30, 2018
Trump attacks Jay Z because he used "the language" was so dirty, "while he fought for Clinton" that it made me the cleanest man.
During the campaign, Trump regularly said he would "bomb the shit out of ISIS" and he once called Ted Cruz a "pussy." pic.twitter.com/5PkD9epDRq
– Kyle Griffin (@ kylegriffin1) May 30, 2018
Trump criticizes Jay Z for using "dirty language" and dropping F bombs, but he proudly accepts recommendations for people like Ted Nugent and Kid Rock.
Only to see another example of his racism, all to satisfy his equally racist base.
– R. Chase Brindisi (@RBrindisi12) May 30, 2018
Mr gram em's pussy is offended me a break.
– jho (@jaquelehogrebreb) May 30, 2018
99 problems of stormy Daniels is none
– Orry baker (@ Orrybaker1) May 30, 2018  Will tell him that he is not fighting Clinton anymore?
– Michael Allen (@msa_allen) May 30, 2018
I thought we were 2018, get over it, Don! The election is over.
– Paul Osoro (@PaulOsoro) May 30, 2018