After he stopped to speak with a Ohio television reporter, Donald Trump abruptly ended it and walked away from the interview when she crossed the line in her questions.
Colleen Marshall of Columbus television station WCMH had already asked the Republican presidential nominee a few other questions before she began with, “19 days out from the election, you’ve been labeled a racist, you’ve been called a sexist…”
Trump abruptly cut her off, walking away as he said, “Thank you very much.”
Marshall persisted, asking him to respond to the question. Trump turned and replied, “I am the least racist person you’ve ever met.”
Before veering to the allegations of being “racist” and “sexist,” Marshall had asked Trump about his claims that elections are rigged.
“In many places throughout the country they do have problems,” he answered.
He was also asked about Ohio’s Republican Sen. Rob Portman distancing himself from the GOP nominee following the release of the 2005 video in which Trump made crude comments about women.
“I was very disappointed in Rob, but he is free to do whatever he has to do,” Trump said.
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