DONALD TRUMP ACCUSES HILLARY CLINTON OF PREJUDICE

Republican candidate Donald Trump accused Hillary Clinton of being a ‘bigot’ who only sees African Americans as potential votes. 
The billionaire businessman was addressing a campaign rally in Mississippi when he made the astonishing claim. 
Trump, who had invited on stage a controversial right-wing European Parliament politician, attacked Clinton by claiming she was only interested in helping big business and her donors.
Donald Trump described Hillary Clinton as a 'bigot' during a campaign rally in Jackson, Mississippi claiming the former First Lady is more interested in working for her donors 
Donald Trump described Hillary Clinton as a ‘bigot’ during a campaign rally in Jackson, Mississippi claiming the former First Lady is more interested in working for her donors 
Trump, right, was joined on stage by controversial British politician Nigel Farage, left, who campaigned on behalf of the UK leaving the European Union earlier this summer  
Trump, right, was joined on stage by controversial British politician Nigel Farage, left, who campaigned on behalf of the UK leaving the European Union earlier this summer  
Speaking to a rally in Jackson, Trump said: ‘Hillary Clinton is a bigot who sees people of color only as votes, not as human beings worthy of a better future.’
According to CBS News, Trump continued: ‘She’s going to do nothing for African Americans. She’s going to do nothing for the Hispanics. She’s only going to take care of herself, her husband, her consultants, her donors. These are the people she cares about.
‘She doesn’t care about you. You’ve had her policies. Democrats running some of the inner cities for 50, 70, 80 even over a hundred years. And look what you have right now. Poverty, no education, crime, you can’t walk down the street with your child.
‘We’re going to fix it. Hillary Clinton has no remorse.’
Responding to the accusation, Clinton said it was the Republican candidate who had questions to answer. 
She said: ‘He is taking a hate movement mainstream, very much peddling bigotry and prejudice and paranoia.’
Earlier, Trump performed a U-turn on his hard-line anti-immigration stance.
Instead of deporting the estimated 11million illegal immigrants in the United States, Trump now said he would ‘work with them’ and make them ‘pay back taxes’, but stressed there would be ‘no amnesty’. 
Trump invited British politician Nigel Farage onto the stage, who also attacked Clinton and President Barack Obama.
Farage told the rally: ‘If I was an American citizen, I wouldn’t vote for Hillary Clinton if you paid me. In fact, I wouldn’t vote for Hillary Clinton if she paid me.’ 
UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage addressed a Donald Trump rally in Mississippi
UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage addressed a Donald Trump rally in Mississippi
Farage, right, told the crowd that he would never vote for a candidate like Hillary Clinton 
Farage, right, told the crowd that he would never vote for a candidate like Hillary Clinton 
Trump earlier softened his view that all illegal immigrants in the US should be deported
Trump earlier softened his view that all illegal immigrants in the US should be deported
Earlier this month Donald Trump compared his anti-establishment approach to the successful Leave campaign in the UK as he tweeted: 'They will soon be calling me Mr. Brexit!'
Earlier this month Donald Trump compared his anti-establishment approach to the successful Leave campaign in the UK as he tweeted: ‘They will soon be calling me Mr. Brexit!’
Trump made earlier comparisons between his campaign an the Brexit push this summer 
Trump made earlier comparisons between his campaign an the Brexit push this summer 

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