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The GOP frontrunner invited the woman on stage for an impromptu job interview after she asked whether the new hotel would hire veterans.

"Do you mind if I do a job interview right now?" he said at the podium. "We need good people!"

When Trump asked her about her experience, she said that she was a designer and decorator.

"And you like this building?" Trump asked.

"Yes, I do," she responded.

He then directed her to a manager at the side of the stage, saying "there's the man."

Turning to reporters, he then said: "If we can make a good deal in the salary, she's going to probably have a job."

Asked why he offered her the job, Trump said he had a good feeling about her.

"I have a gut instinct. We are allowed to have that," he said.

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