A Trump victory will be an indictment for the world - De Lille

Mayor of Cape Town Patricia de Lille reacted to the American elections as results coming in show a strong possibility of a Trump victory, rather than a much needed Clinton win.

She relayed her unhappiness with the current results to CapeTalk's Kieno Kammies at the Taj, where a number of prominent figures and diplomats are gathered to follow the election results coming out from the United States.

Currently it doesn't look very good for Hillary but I am still hopeful until the end.

Patricia de Lille, Western Cape DA leader

That Trump drove fear into people and its fear that's coming out... he is going to build a wall between Mexico and USA.

Patricia de Lille, Western Cape DA leader

De Lille says people are using immigration issues to gain popularity because they know what a hot bed topic this is.

It would really be an indictment for the world if Trump wins today.

Patricia de Lille, Western Cape DA leader

Listen to de Lille's unhappiness to Trump victory:

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