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He also said Clinton is incapable of winning the White House in 2016, one day after the Democratic front-runner criticized Trump’s remarks about Mexican immigrants.
“Hillary Clinton was the worst secretary of State in the history of the United States," Trump said, according to Business Insider.
“On top of that, she is extremely bad on immigration,” the GOP presidential candidate added.
“Despite anything you may hear to the contrary, I do not think she is electable,” he said.
Clinton criticized Trump’s rhetoric on immigration during her first national TV interview as a 2016 contender, aired Tuesday evening.
“I’m very disappointed in those comments, and I feel very bad and very disappointed with him, and with the Republican Party for not responding immediately and saying, ‘Enough, stop it,’ ” she told CNN’s Brianna Keilar.
Trump, who is in second place in some polls of GOP White House candidates, has faced three weeks of national outrage since his formal campaign launch in New York City last month.
The New York business mogul sharply criticized Hispanic immigrants and Mexico during the address.
“They’re sending people who have a lot of problems,” Trump said at New York City’s Trump Tower.
“They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists,” he said. “And some, I assume, are good people.”
Clinton linked former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and the other GOP 2016 presidential contenders to Trump’s comments during her interview on Tuesday night.
“Well, he doesn’t believe in a path to citizenship,” she said of Bush. "If he did at one time, he no longer does.”
“And so pretty much they’re … on a spectrum of, you know, hostility … all the way to kind of grudging acceptance but refusal to go with a pathway to citizenship,” Clinton added of the Republican presidential field.
Trump’s remarks have cost him multiple business partnerships over the last month.
Macy’s, NASCAR, NBC and Univision have all severed corporate ties with the outspoken billionaire following his incendiary remarks.