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Former Miss Teen USA Says She Was Warned Trump 'Doesn't Like Black People'

Things haven't been looking too good for Donald Trump lately.

Ever since the nation was exposed to his boasts about how he treats women and how he likes to "grab them by the pussy," a lot of women have come forth to share their own personal experiences with the Republican nominee.

Disclosure: They are not good experiences -- especially for the women competing in his beauty pageants.

Recently, four contestants of 1997 Miss Teen USA told Buzzfeed News Trump would walk into their dressing rooms while they were changing.

Bridget Sullivan, former Miss New Hampshire in 2000, even claimed he would walk in while they were naked.

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And now, we've learned through another pageant competitor that Trump is not only a total creep, but also very, very racist.

Kamie Crawford, winner of 2010's Miss Teen USA, warned her Twitter followers on Wednesday night that he "doesn't like black people."

In a series of tweets, she discussed her experience as a 17-year-old black woman meeting Donald Trump for the first time. She was the first woman of color to win the title in almost a decade.

Before meeting him, she was warned he didn't like black people, and to "not take it the wrong way if he isn't extremely welcoming towards you."

WTF, right?

However, according to Kamie, she was the "type of black" that Donald liked, so he was polite to her. But she saw firsthand how he reacted to girls who weren't the "type of black" he liked.

Her tweets about Trump are unsettling. Take a look for yourself.

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Take her warning as you will.

I'm sure a lot of supporters partaking in the #NextFakeTrumpVictim on Twitter will ignore her disturbing insights -- but I think it'd be in the country's best interest if you didn't.

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