He later apologized, saying it was a “low blow and I take it back.”
Violet walks all over her two youngest daughters, but Barbara matches her, low blow for low blow.
“Race to me is a low blow that people just use when they have nothing real to hate on,” she told the magazine.
An unfair and malicious stroke; cheap shot: ''They'd be rendered mute if they couldn't use sports analogies.'' ''Low blow, Alice''
[1940s+; fr the illegal blow below the belt in boxing]