NEW YORK, New York (CNN) – You may have already known this, but Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton apparently don’t like each other much.
The latest proof of that — a Catholic fundraiser where the presidential candidates traditionally trade light-hearted jabs.
This year, though, the light-heartedness was hard to find, and in fact, at times, the black tie audience booed.
The annual Al Smith Memorial Dinner is typically a chance for the presidential candidates to show their fun side in the campaign’s home stretch. But once again — little is typical about this year’s campaign.
“Hillary accidentally bumped into me and she very civilly said – pardon me,” Trump joked, to laughter from the audience.
That was one of the Republican nominee’s more gentle remarks toward Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton at the charity dinner.
“Here she is tonight in public pretending not to hate Catholics,” he said, to boos.
Clinton spoke after Trump, and she took some shots of her own.
“Donald looks at the Statue of Liberty and sees a four, maybe a five if she loses the torch and the tablet and changes her hair,” she said.
This a day after the third and final presidential debate, where Trump raised eyebrows by refusing to commit to respect the outcome of the balloting. The billionaire followed up that remark Thursday by saying he’ll recognize the final results if they end up with him on top.
At the dinner, both candidates were able to do something they struggled to do during the debates — actually shake hands.