In an interview with Univision on Thursday, Democratic party presidential candidate Hillary Clinton accusing her Republican opponent, Donald Trump, of being a “bigot” who “rants” incoherently.
“Donald Trump does not represent the United States of America,” she said, accusing him of waging “a campaign that is based on hate, bigotry and discrimination. And that’s not who we are as a people.”
Clinton added: “We can’t wait to take him on we can’t wait to repudiate and rebuke what he is saying because it is hurting us around the world. People are wondering what America stands for.”
In the interview with Univision’s Luis Megid in San Diego, California, the former U.S. Secretary of State also bashed Trump on his rhetoric and style.
“I think Donald Trump is incoherent, he says things in bizarre ways, he makes rants and threats, he’s very thin-skinned, and he doesn’t seem to be able to take criticism,” she said.
Clinton also addressed Trump’s border plan. Speaking close to the fence in southern California, Clinton said the border has become “more secure” and that building a wall is “not the right approach.”
Read a full transcript of the interview here.