During a rally in California on Friday, Donald Trump complained to the crowd that he cannot stand the sound of Hillary Clinton “screaming.”
The Republican presidential candidate used a similar line last month, when he told MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” that he had not “quite recovered” from Clinton “shouting” the night before. On Friday, he acknowledged that it wasn’t politically correct for him to say certain things about Clinton.
“Do you think Hillary looks presidential?” Trump asked the crowd. “I don’t think so.”
He then teased out his feelings about Clinton’s voice.
“I’m not going to say it,” he said. “I refuse to say that I cannot stand her screaming into the microphone all the time.”
He said that he had to turn off the television on Thursday night when he heard Clinton speaking because he “just couldn’t stand it,” though he did not specify what he was watching.
“But I won’t say it because we’re not allowed to say it, right?” he asked the crowd.