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2 November 2016, 17:21
Amy in Hove has what she thinks is a killer question for Trump critic Alex Salmond: What'll you say to Donald when he's moved into the White House as the new President?
Calling in during the Alex Salmond Phone-In, Amy asked Trump: "I'm just wondering if you've thought about what you might say to President Trump, after he hears about all of your outrageous demands for him to be banned and comparing him to hate preachers.
"Have you thought about what you'll say to him?"
Salmond insisted he wouldn't be apologising "in the slightest" for what he's said about the Republican candidate, who's now ahead of Hillary Clinton in some polls ahead of next week's vote.
"As for comparing him to hate preachers?
"I think there's very good justification for that.
"If he does become President of the United States? I won't be changing my mind Amy!"
Salmond then reminded Amy that his thoughts on Trump come from "personal knowledge".
He told her: "I absolutely tell you from what I know of this man's character: he is not fit to be President of the United States of America.
"He would go from chummy to threatening back to chummy, deny obvious facts. Very much what people have called sociopathic behaviour."