Trump: I would have done better as a black man (VIDEO)

President Donald Trump does not like being called a racist.

Trump is extremely mad at the characterization, and is now choosing instead to throw the label right back at everyone else.

"Hollywood is racist," Trump decided. "What they're doing with the kind of movies they're putting out, it's actually very dangerous to our country. What Hollywood is doing is a tremendous disservice to our country."

Trump is blaming violent video games in the wake of the mass shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio, and not his own rhetoric against communities of color, particularly Hispanics and illegal immigrants.

Trump may not think he's a racist but his words do matter.

Take for instance, this clip of Trump saying he'd do better in America as a black man.

"A well educated black has a tremendous advantage over a well educated white, in terms of the job market. And I think sometimes a black may think they don't really have an advantage or this or that, but in all actuality, today, currently, I've said myself that I would love love to be a well educated black because I do believe they have an actual advantage."

Trump made these comments in 1989. We have no doubt he still thinks the same way.

Maybe this is why Trump attacked former President Barack Obama, and accused him of not being born in the United States, because he was a well educated black?

There is no doubt that Trump thought Obama had a tremendous advantage just because he was black, which is why he has asked for him to release his school records, but we can assure you it wasn't because of his skin color.

Trump's school records weren't that great by the way. Michael Cohen, when he was Trump's lawyer, threatened to sue Trump's former schools if they even thought about releasing his grades.

"We threatened his high school, college, and the college board not to release his grades or SAT scores" Cohen said in front of Congress.

No - what Trump meant to say was, he would have done better as a black man with a rich father who helped him with practically every obstacle in his early youth, including avoiding the Vietnam War, getting into college, and starting his first business with guaranteed loans.