Donald Trump referred to fellow Republican presidential contender Ted Cruz by a crude word during a rally Monday night, repeating the words of an audience member.
Trump made the remarks during a rally in Manchester, New Hampshire, just hours before the polls opened in the state's primary.
Trump had been discussing Cruz's remarks about waterboarding during last Saturday's ABC News debate (Trump wants "something beyond waterboarding").
"You heard the other night at the debate, they asked Ted Cruz, serious question: “Well what do you think of waterboarding?” Is it okay? And honestly I thought he’d say absolutely and he didn’t," Trump told the audience.
After that a woman shouted a crude word.
"Okay you’re not allowed to say and I never expect to hear that again," Trump said in response. "I never expect to hear that from you again."
But then Trump repeated the woman's remarks.
"She said he's a [crude word] that's terrible," he said, before throwing his hands up.