Donald Trump walked out of an interview with Columbus, Ohio's NBC affiliate WCMH when she asked about people labelling him a "racist" and a "sexist."
"Well I think they are doing themselves a tremendous disservice," Trump said about Republicans who are distancing themselves from his campaign. "We’re actually up substantially in Ohio. We have tremendous support from the people. And I think they’re doing themselves a tremendous disservice. We have a couple of cases where people that aren’t supporting me. They are losing and I’m winning states, and you’ve seen that, that’s all over the place."
"So you know, I was very disappointed in [Ohio Senator Rob Portman], but he is free to do whatever he has to do," he continued. "We’re doing fantastically well in Ohio and Rasmussen just came out – the poll – we’re three up nationwide, and IBJ just came out and we’re one up and that was the most accurate poll of the season last year. So I think we are doing really well."
"19 days out from the election, you'e been labeled a racist, you've been called a sexist. How do you respond to that?" the reporter asked.
Trump said, "I am the least racist person you have ever met," and walked away