Donald Trump Responds to Hillary Clinton’s Charges of Outsourcing His Products

Trump sat down with ABC News' David Muir for an interview at Trump Tower.

Trump called China “the number one abuser” but asserted that “virtually every country” the United States does business with makes it “impossible” for domestic companies to compete.

Most Trump-branded neckties, shirts and suits are made in China, Bangladesh, or are branded “imported.

However, his "Make America Great Again" hats are made in the USA, according to the campaign's online store.

“Hillary Clinton doesn’t know what she’s doing and we have to straighten out our trade deals,” he said. “We have the worst trade deals ever made probably in the history of the world.”

While campaigning in Ohio earlier on Tuesday, Clinton slammed the real estate mogul for outsourcing the manufacturing of some of his products.

Clinton added, “I'd love for him to explain how that fits with his talk of America first.”

In the interview with Muir, Trump did not deny Clinton’s claims and instead said: “She doesn’t have to say that because I say it all the time.”

ABC’s Jordyn Phelps contributed reporting.