Question about typeof builtin and address_space pointers


I have some questions about the following interaction between typeof
builtin and pointers with address space attribute.

-bash-4.4$ cat t2.c
int test(int __attribute__((address_space(1))) *p) {
#ifdef NO_TYPEOF
  int t = *p;
  typeof(*p) t = *p;
  return t;
-bash-4.4$ clang -c t2.c
t2.c:5:14: error: automatic variable qualified with an address space
  typeof(*p) t = *p;
1 error generated.
-bash-4.4$ clang -DNO_TYPEOF -c t2.c

The compiler is latest trunk. I built a release version with assertion
on, but assertion probably should not matter here.

From the above example, an error will appear with typeof of the

pointer dereference, but will be okay if using type 'int' directly.

Is this the expected behavior? What exactly 'typeof' builtiin does here?
Some clarification will be really appreciated.