All these reporters give Hillary a free pass but double down on Trump. In this interview, Trump clearly had enough. Trump has been asked about race and sexual assault on multiple occasions by the media. He has stood around and took the punches. If this reporter wanted an answer to her question, all she would of had to do was do a quick internet search. Trump wasn’t rude, he wasn’t loud, he was just sick of being labeled all these things. He polity said thank you and left. And when the reporter pressured him…well, just watch.
Donald Trump walked out of an interview with a local television station after he was asked about being labeled a racist and sexist during the course of his campaign.
Moments before addressing a packed house at the Delaware County Fairgrounds in Ohio, Trump talked with NBC4’s Colleen Marshall about the end of the race to the White House.
‘Nineteen days out from the election, you’ve been labeled a racist, you’ve been called a sexist, how…’ Marshall began to ask the Republican presidential nominee.
But Trump didn’t let the reporter finish, simply saying ‘Thank you very much’ before he began to walk away.
Marshall tried to get a follow-up, asking Trump: ‘How do you respond to that?’
‘I am the least racist person you’ve ever met,’ Trump declared.
Before he cut the interview short, Trump was happy to continue hinting that he would contest the results of the presidential election if Hillary Clinton won.
Trump at first told Marshall he wanted to ‘promise and pledge’ to his supporters, as well as to the entire country, that he will ‘totally accept the results’ of the election.
Then, after pausing for a moment, he added: ‘If I win’.
The Republican presidential nominee made headlines on Wednesday night when he revealed he may not accept the outcome of the November 8 election.
‘I will tell you at the time,’ he told Fox News anchor Chris Wallace, the debate’s moderator. ‘I will keep you in suspense.’