"The only way to fill the arena was to get Jay-Z," he told Boos, recalling his 2016 Nashville electoral victory. "And his language was so dirty that it made me the cleanest man on earth, it's true."
Trump continued, "He stood up there in front of these crowds and by the way, without musical instruments I had much larger crowds than he drew, but he would get up in front of these crowds and he would use the F-word and Hillary would sit back – "Oh, I'm in trouble, oy, Please, do not let him use that language anymore, and then he would quit and everyone would leave, and she would get up and give a speech to 400 people.
He noted again that Rep. Marsha Blackburn's Democratic opponent Phil Bredesen "supported them."
Trump was similarly appalled by the language the famous rapper used, saying the following day: "He used every word in the book last night," Trump. He was using language that was so bad last night, and then Hillary said, 'I did not like Donald Trump's indecent language.' My indecent language, I tell you something, I never said what he said in my life.
Trump was taped with extremely vulgar language on the "Access Hollywood" band, which was released in October 2016.