Donald Trump, “Hillary is a ‘Bigot’ Who Sees People of Color as Votes”
Donald Trump Thursday 2X’d down on his claim that Hillary Clinton is a Bigot because of her policies that have disenfranchised African Americans and Hispanics.
“She is,” the GOP nominee said after speaking in Manchester, NH. “If you look at what is happening to the inner cities, African Americans, Hispanics that she talks all of the time.
“She said our Vets are essentially just fine,” he added. “She is selling them down the tubes, not doing anything for those communities.”
In Mississippi Wednesday, Donald Trump labeled Hillary Clinton a “Bigot who sees people of color only as votes, not as human beings worthy of a better future.”
Hillary Clinton said to her supporters in Nevada Thursday that Donald Trump was “reinforcing harmful stereotypes” and was running a presidential campaign built on “prejudice and paranoia.”
Donald Trump when pressed by the interviewer on whether he felt Hillary Clinton was a Bigot or was it her policies.
“Her policies are bigoted,” Mr. Trump said.
“You’re saying she is Bigoted?”
“Yes, because her policies, and others that believe like she does also,” Donald Trump said. “She came out with policies over the years.
“Over the years, a long time, totally Bigoted.”
“I think she has been extremely bad for African-Americans, extremely bad for Hispanics,” Mr. Trump said. “You look at what happens with her policies and the policies of President Barack Obama and others.
“Look at the poverty, the rise in poverty. The rise in violence. …”
“But hatred is at the core of that?” the reporter asked.
“Maybe she is lazy,” Mr. Trump said.
The latest polling
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are in a virtual tie, according to the USC Dornsife/LA Times tracking poll.
Trump owns the slight edge over Mrs. Clinton: 44.3% to 43.6%.
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