Trump Throws a Gross New Word Into the Campaign Lexicon With His Latest Clinton Diss

Trump Throws a Gross New Word Into the Campaign Lexicon With His Latest Clinton Diss
Source: AP
Source: AP

Donald Trump isn't one to be careful with his words — especially when he's smack-talking his competition. He's called Jeb Bush "stiff" and "low energy." Ben Carson, he said, is "super low energy." But none of these are as crass as the words he saved for Hillary Clinton.

Referring to Clinton's brief absence from the Democratic debate stage on Saturday for a bathroom break, Trump said, "I know where she went, it's disgusting. I don't want to talk about it. No, it's too disgusting. Don't say it, it's disgusting, let's not talk, we want to be very straight up."

Trump launched into this lengthy diatribe 20 minutes into a speech he was making Monday night to supporters in Grand Rapids, Michigan. According to CNN, they "roared in approval."

Trump then went on to say that Clinton "got schlonged" by Barack Obama in the 2008 election. Trump also called Clinton "crooked" and a "liar," and then continued to slam his fellow GOP candidates, the protesters at his rally and the press.

Watch his remarks here:

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