Hillary opens her mind on Donald Trump on TV show "Between Two Ferns"

The Democratic nominee even guessed what Donald Trump should be wearing for the Presidential debate next week and also answered some tough questions on comedy show "Between Two Ferns"

Hillary opens her mind on Donald Trump on TV show "Between Two Ferns"

As the countdown to U.S. presidential race begins, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton has answered some tough questions during her appearance on comedy programme "Between Two Ferns".

Hillary Clinton just shook her head when host Zack Galifianakis asked her if she ever watched her rival Donald Trump.

They even debated on what should Trump wear on the Presidential debate. Clinton said: "I assume he'll wear that red power tie," to which Galifianakis replied: "Or maybe a white power tie."

During the five-minute chat, Hillary even joked: "I really regret doing this."

US President Barack Obama in 2014 had attended the show in an effort to reach out to youth asking them to sign up for his Affordable Care Act.

Meanwhile, in an interesting development, Republican nominee Donald Trump demanded that debate moderator Lester Holt should stay out of fact-checking the candidates at the debate next week.

Trump added, candidates should be given the chance to correct their rivals. They should "argue it out", suggested Trump on Thursday at a Fox TV Show.

Trump said, NBC's Holt is facing the election heat ahead of presidential debate. Trump said, "A lot of people are watching to see whether or not he succumbs to that pressure."

In another controversial statement, Donald Trump said, there exists a "lack of spirit" between blacks and whites following the recent shootings on black people at Charlotte, North Carolina.

Speaking for an phone interview on Thursday for "Fox & Friends", Trump stated: "There has to be a unity message somehow that has to get out and it starts with leadership."

Trump is trying to reach out to Black American population in recent days, though not compromising on his stern attitudes on law-and-order situation.

He reiterated his support for the "stop-and-frisk'', a controversial tactic termed as discriminatory by a Federal judge recently.

Trump added that, "Chicago is out of control."