Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump did not respond well after a news reporter asked him about his past racial incidents and recent sexual assault allegations.
Trump has come under fire for taking out full-page ads against the Central Park Five, incidents of housing discrimination, and derogatory comments aimed at minorities.
Moments prior to a Thursday rally in Delaware, Ohio, the real estate mogul had an exclusive interview with WCMH reporter Colleen Marshall about conceding peacefully if he loses in November.
In the 4-minute clip, Marshall asks Trump about his claims that the election is rigged against him. He simply brushes the reporter off saying that he would address that during his rally.
However, the interview gets interesting after Trump touts his tax proposal. He claims: “Ronald Reagan’s plan worked. Mine is similar. I think my tax cut could even be a little bit larger … and it’s going to be great.”
Then, Marshall asks the nominee about various allegations of racism and sexism aimed at him over the course of the election.
“Nineteen days out from the election, you’ve been labeled a racist, you’ve been called a sexist, how…,” she asks. Trump suddenly cuts her off and walks away. Before walking away entirely, he fires back.
“I am the least racist person you’ve ever met.”