“Lock her up?” How about “set her free.”

President-elect Donald Trump once again disassociated himself from his aggressive campaign rhetoric when he told a crowd in Michigan on Friday that he doesn’t “care” about putting Hillary Clinton in jail anymore.

“Forget it. That plays great before the election, now we don’t care, right?” Trump said with a smirk after some attendees chanted “lock her up” during a “Thank You” tour stop in Grand Rapids.

Donald Trump on Friday once again disassociated himself from his aggressive campaign rhetoric about locking up Hillary Clinton.

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The chant became a standard occurrence at the President-elect’s campaign rallies and events, during which he often pledged to appoint a special prosecutor to indict Clinton for using a private email server to handle classified information while serving as secretary of state.

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Since his election win, Trump has eased his hardline stance on prosecuting Clinton, even telling The New York Times last month that he’s not planning on pressing charges against the former Democratic nominee since he doesn’t “want to hurt” her.

“She went through a lot," Trump said of Clinton recently. “She went through a lot,” Trump said of Clinton recently.

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“She went through a lot and suffered greatly in many different ways,” he told The Times.

During the same interview, the President-elect indicated that it’s not just the issue of prosecuting Clinton he might flip-flop on.

He also conceded that the Clinton Foundation does “good work;” that he might consider tailoring economic policies in concordance with environmental policies; that the Electoral College is “genius;” and that he has “great respect” for The Times — statements that could safely be considered polar opposites to ones he made during the campaign.