Donald Trump Rips Jay Z Over Cursing at Hillary Clinton Rally
Nov 06 2016 by Desiree Burns
The artist's backup dancers even wore blue pantsuits, à la Mrs Clinton.
Cleveland:Hillary Clinton campaigned on Saturday in the company of friends and celebrities, first flanked by billionaire businessman Mark Cuban in Pittsburgh and Detroit, and then at a concert in Cleveland with Jay Z and Beyoncé.
Trump indirectly referred to the music superstar's dropping of F-bombs and making what many consider racial slurs.
"This other guy, I don't have any ill will. he can not be my president", Jay Zsaid. Ohhh! Ooooh!' Trump said in Tampa. I was thinking, maybe I'll just try-should I use that language for one of mine?
He said Trump was not an "evolved soul" so could not be his president, adding: 'Once you divide us, you weaken us. "By the way, in Hershey, Pennsylvania last night, we had an arena". Should I use that language for one event?
At another point during the epic Get out the Vote concert, Chance the Rapper directly addressed the crowd, rallying them to exercise their voting power. "He used every word in the book", Trump said of Jay Z, before a crowd of supporters in Florida.
"I tell you what: I've never said what he said - in my life!"
Kellyanne Conway, Trump's campaign manager, also seized on Jay Z's language to zing Clinton.
Donald Trump rushed off stage during speech in Nevada
The New York businessman returned to the stage moments later, saying "Nobody said it was going to be easy for us". A police spokesperson said: Immediately in front of the stage, an unidentified individual shouted "gun".
"Less than 100 years ago, women did not have the right to vote", she continued. "But we have to vote". "She's totally changed her look". "And that's why I am with her".
Clinton also took to Instagram to share an adorable snap of herself with Beyoncé and Jay Z from before the big show, which saw performances by both Mr. and Mrs. Carter.
Jay Z and Beyonce urged voters to head to the polls on Tuesday to close out the event.
Still, Jay Z tried to argue that her rival, Mr Donald Trump, the Republican nominee, was not fit to be president.
Now, he told the cheering audience, "we with her".
Clinton's campaign has hosted a series of free concerts created to drum up enthusiasm for her bid. "I keep telling him, Donald Trump is not going to help you.' But he keeps saying, Donald Trump is for business".