Watch: Trump cusses Clinton - in Yiddish

Outspoken Trump insults Hillary Clinton for 'disgusting' bathroom break, and getting 'schlonged' by Obama in 2008 race.

Arutz Sheva Staff ,

Trump vs. Clinton
Trump vs. Clinton

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has been known for his outspoken and often controversial remarks, but he topped himself on Monday night by employing a vulgar Yiddish cuss word against Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.

Trump said Clinton "got schlonged" by Barack Obama in the 2008 presidential race, using a Yiddish term for a man's genitals, and also said her bathroom break in the last Democratic debate was "disgusting."

"Even a race to Obama, she was gonna beat Obama. I don't know who would be worse, I don't know, how does it get worse? But she was going to beat - she was favored to win - and she got schlonged, she lost, I mean she lost," said Trump.

The real estate mogul opened fire on Clinton for being late in returning to the ABC News presidential debate on Saturday night due to a bathroom break.

"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, very straight up," he said.

Tensions between Clinton and Trump began peaking when the Democratic candidate said during the Saturday debate that Trump is "ISIS's best recruiter," indicating Islamic State (ISIS) and claiming Trump's proposal to block Muslim entry to the US to stem the influx of terrorists would be used to incite terror.

Clinton refused a request to apologize for the statement earlier on Monday, saying "hell no" to the request.

Her campaign's director of communications Jennifer Palmieri responded to Trump's verbal attack on Tuesday, writing on Twitter: "We are not responding to Trump but everyone who understands the humiliation this degrading language inflicts on all women should. #imwithher."

White House spokesperson Josh Earnest last Tuesday hinted at a press briefing that Clinton has a nearly identical foreign policy to that of Obama, after a reporter asked about concerns she will be "Obama 2.0."