Mitt Romney said Trump would respond to him, not on the substance of his criticism, but by insulting him. And here you go:
You can tell by the crowd reaction that they knew exactly what he meant. He’ll lie about it and say that’s not what he meant, but we know that’s exactly what he meant.
Romney earlier: See if Trump replies to me on issues or personal attack.
Trump now: Personal attack with BJ jokes.
Point proven. #NeverTrump
— Josh Jordan (@NumbersMuncher) March 3, 2016
"I could have said Mitt, 'Drop to your knees' and he would have dropped to his knees." — Trump.
Make America Vulgar Again
— Jon Ralston (@RalstonReports) March 3, 2016
UPDATE: Some of you are accusing me of bringing the vulgar portion to the joke. No, Trump always does this. He means it vulgar but says it in a way that is easy for him to defend.
Trump is the vulgarian here.