(AllHipHop News) President Donald Trump hosted a controversial campaign rally in Minneapolis, Minnesota last night where he dissed Jay-Z and Beyonce.
President Trump hosted a campaign rally at the Target Center in the city and took some time to attack political rivals like Joe Biden, local Representative Ilhan Omar, and Nancy Pelosi.
Trump was on the warpath over an impeachment inquiry launched by the Democrats over his alleged double-dealing with the Ukraine and Russia.
At one point during his speech, President Donald Trump made fun of the size of the crowds Hillary Clinton attracted when she was running against him in the 2016 election.
President Trump made fun of Hillary Clinton for using Jay-Z and Beyonce and still losing the election.
"I didn’t need Beyonce and Jay-Z, and I didn’t need little Bruce Springsteen and all of these people. They’d get all these people. They’d come in because she couldn’t get a crowd. They’d come in, they’d sing. They got Bruce Springsteen. Okay? He’d do about two songs and leave. What happens is, they leave, and then everyone leaves with them, and she’s still speaking in front of the same lousy crowd. It’s the craziest thing I’ve ever seen."
President Trump's tirade did not stop there. The POTUS was angry at critics who called him out for using profane language on his Twitter and at his campaign rallies.
That's what his second attack was launched on Jay-Z, who performed at a Hillary Clinton rally in November of 2016.
"Sometimes I’ll use a terrible word like hell. The other day I used the word hell. I got hell...they said, 'He used terrible language.' I used the word hell. It was so bad. But you’ve got to hear Jay Z, the words he was using, he was using the F word all over the place, and then the next day they say I use bad language. The word hell is a terrible word. These people are sick."
Meanwhile, outside of his rally, dozens of protesters clashed with President Trump's supporters around the Target Center.
Protesters shouted anti-Trump slogans, burned MAGA hats and sprayed urine all over the streets.