Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump repeats an insult a supporter aimed at Ted Cruz during a campaign rally, before telling her and the press that she is ''reprimanded''. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Republican frontrunner Donald Trump repeated an insult that was yelled out by one of his supporters on Monday (February 8). "She said -- I never expect to hear that from you again -- she said he's a pussy, that's terrible, terrible," Trump told his supporters at a New Hampshire campaign rally. Trump went on to tell the media that she is being reprimanded, "a serious reprimand," he told them after citing a previous town hall in New Hampshire when Trump drew criticism from Republican and Democratic rivals when he failed to challenge a man who said Muslims were a problem in the United States. 'We know our current president is one. You know he's not even an American,' the man had said back in September 2015. "I had a group of people (who) were doing question and answer and somebody came up with a pretty tough statement about Obama and the press got very angry because I didn't defend the president, remember I took a lot of heat and I didn't reprimand the person that said it, so I want to just tell you right now ma'am you're reprimanded," Trump said. Ahead of New Hampshire's pivotal primary on Tuesday (February 9) in which Trump leads in opinion polls, he has shared personal stories, stopped at diners to shake hands with patrons, and tried sending the message that despite his massive wealth and brash manner, he is a regular man.