Donald trump on Sunday told his supporters to stop the persecution of minorities, in his first TV sit-down interview since the inauguration of the elected President.
"I'm so saddened by the" trump said to Leslie Stahl on "60 minutes" when she said that Latinos and Muslims face harassment. "And I said" Stop ". If it helps, I'm going to talk about it, and I say directly into the camera: "Stop".
Tamp has directed its comments to the supporters who wrote racist slogans, especially in schools. Trump's election left Democrats angry and many minorities fear for their future. However, trump also criticized the protests, which erupt in cities throughout the United States since the defeat of Hillary Clinton.
Trump said he saw "very small amount" - racial slurs aimed at minorities, particularly in predominantly white schools since his election. "I don't do this, it's terrible, because I'm going to hold this country together," said trump.
In various interviews trump also said he was still deciding whether to send the FBI Director James Komei resign. Trump also ignored when asked whether he would appoint a special Prosecutor to investigate the crimes of Clinton.
He said that Clinton "did some bad things" and that he "will think about it" - but he is more committed to focus on health care, immigration and other policy issues.
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