Trump Walks Out Of Interview When Reporter Asks About Him Being Called "Racist" and "Sexist"


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

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