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WATCH: Trump Rips Into Journalists Wall Question, Calls It 'Nasty' (VIDEO)

NPR analyst Cokie Roberts spoke to Donald Trump on MSNBC, and asked him if he was "proud" knowing that his rhetoric about building a wall has inspired racist bullying among kids. Roberts stated that there have been incidents at basketball games where white children hold up a sign that they will build a wall to keep Hispanic kids out. Trump replied "I think your question is a very nasty question. I am not proud of it because I didn't even hear of it. I certainly do not like it all when I hear about it... That's not what the purpose of it is."

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