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Hillary Clinton ripped President Trump during an interview on conservative writer Hugh Hewitt's radio program.

"I don't have any personal stake in the presidency," she said. "I have a citizen stake."

"I am, as you might guess, very much worried by the actions and rhetoric [of President Donald Trump]," she said.

Clinton said she is "disappointed" in Trump's behavior in office, and remarked that he appeared to give white supremacists an agenda with a "common cause."

"He is someone that they are counting on to promote," she said.

Watch The Five discuss Clinton's interview above.


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