An elderly white man wearing a Trump "Make America Great Again" shirt was recently caught on video (below) in Emporia, Kansas, telling a McDonald's worker to go back to Mexico.
Ang Hernandez posted the video on Facebook on May 24 with the caption: "This man first was making fun of my clients while we were sitting at McDonald's, and now he's purposefully throwing his trash on the floor and telling the Hispanic worker to go back to Mexico! I seriously couldn't believe this. What is this world coming [to]."
The Republican presidential candidate was on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on May 25, and the host asked him about transgender people using the bathroom of their gender identity, notes ThinkProgress.
"The party generally believes that whatever you're born, that's the bathroom you use," Trump told Kimmel, who responded, "Well, what about you?"
"Me? I say let the states decide," Trump answered.
Kimmel asked Trump if he personally supports the bathroom rights of transgender people.
"What I support is let the states decide and I think the states will do, hopefully, the right thing," Trump replied.
Kimmel asked Trump what the "right thing" was and Trump said: "I don't know yet, I mean, I don't know. Honestly, I don't know. It's a very interesting subject."
Kimmel also asked Trump who he liked more, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton or her rival Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, notes CrooksAndLiars.com.
Well, I actually think that Bernie would be easier to beat, even though he shows up a little bit better in the polls, and I may be wrong. But what I do like about Bernie is that, when he loses, because the system is rigged against him, totally, just the way it was rigged against me, I mean, the system is rigged, and if I didn’t win by massive landslides every state there was no chance I could have won. And he is sorta having the same thing, except she's got a different kind of a deal. She's got super delegates that were just handed to her. I don’t know how she got them.
Super delegates are free to choose the Democratic candidate that they want. Rightly or wrongly, this system has been part of the Democratic Party since the 1984 election.