Pastor Robert Jeffress has accused Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton of “hate speech” and “intolerance” for calling out the “deplorables” who support Donald Trump.

During a fundraiser in New York City hosted by Barbra Streisand, Clinton said: “To be grossly generalistic, you could put half of Trump supporters into what I call the basket of deplorables. Right? The racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamaphobic, you name it. But that other basket of people are people who feel the government has let them down, the economy has let them down, nobody cares about them.”

In a statement, Clinton said, “I regret saying 'half' – that was wrong,” but pledged to continue to call out the “bigotry” in Trump's campaign.

Jeffress, who ministers at First Baptist Church in Dallas and has a long record of anti-gay, anti-Mormon and anti-Catholic rhetoric, criticized Clinton's comments during an appearance on conservative radio.

“I tell you, it reveals the hypocrisy of liberalism, and that is liberals who cry loudest for tolerance are usually the most intolerant people in the world when it comes to ideas with which they disagree,” Jeffress told radio host Mike Gallagher. “I mean, think about it, according to Clinton you’re a racist if you believe in secure borders, you’re xenophobic if you believe people ought to only be in this country legally and you’re homophobic if you believe in traditional marriage. The fact is, Hillary Clinton is exhibit A of intolerance and her comments Friday were nothing but hate speech.”

Jeffress has previously claimed that Jews, Mormons, Muslims and gay men and lesbians are headed for hell. He's also compared homosexuality to bestiality, calling it “a miserable lifestyle.”

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