His supporters are going to say "no he didn't, he just told you what someone else called him." But that's because those people are dishonest and think you are stupid. He called him a pussy, in as snidely and as "cute" a way as possible. And yes, just like his F-bomb from the weekend that he lied about, he said it aloud, into a microphone, on a stage, to a rally. One assumes, like when he dropped the F-bomb, there are families in the audience. But New York Values doesn't care about that.

Here's an account from The Hill, which includes a bit of the exchange that is not in the above clip:

"She just said a terrible thing," Trump said, stopping his own remarks at the arena in Manchester and pointing out a woman in the audience, beckoning her to raise her voice.

"You know what she said? Shout it out, 'cause I don't want to," Trump continued. "OK, you're not allowed to say – and I never expect to hear that from you again – she said ... he's a pussy."

"That's terrible, terrible," Trump said as the audience erupted into a mix of laughs and cheers and he threw his hands into the air and moved away from the microphone.

Trump continued by providing a mock "reprimand" of the woman in an effort to belay comparisons to a rally in September when he failed to correct a supporter who said President Obama was a Muslim and not an American.

"For the press, this is a serious reprimand," Trump said after asking the audience if the woman could stay.

This is the man who large numbers of people want to be the President of the United States. I'll say this for him, he talks like his followers do. Instead of New York Values, maybe we should just start calling them Trump Values.