Washington, Aug 26: Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on Thursday (Aug 25) defended calling Hillary Clinton a "bigot" by arguing that her policies are destined to fail minority communities. [Trump's rise part of worldwide right-wing advance: Hillary]
Trump and Clinton have been portraying the each other as discriminatory toward African-Americans, with Trump charging on Wednesday evening that the candidate herself was hateful, CNN reported. [Hillary, Trump suffer from high unpopularity among likely voters: Poll]
"She is a bigot. She is selling them down the tubes because she's not doing anything for those communities. She talks a good game. But she does not do anything," he said.
"Her policies are bigoted because she knows they are not going to work," Trump added.