The presidential candidate took to 'the_donald' subreddit to answer questions from some of his supporters
Donald Trump has become the latest personality to take part in an 'Ask My Anything' (AMA) session on Reddit.
While AMAs typically take place in a dedicated subreddit, Trump instead spoke directly to his supporters on the popular 'the_donald' subreddit.
Over the course of his hour or so online, the Republican presidential candidate answered 12 questions on topics such as his favourite presidents, reforming the US education system and - inevitably - "crooked Hillary Clinton".
Several of the answers included criticisms of his Democratic rival.
In one he suggested: "Crooked Hillary Clinton will not do press conferences because she cannot explain her illegally deleted 33,000 emails, or her disaster in Libya, or her role pushing TPP (which she would 100% approve if she got the chance), or her support for a 550% increase in Syrian refugees, etc."
In a question asking about his plan 'for reducing or removing the influence of money on politics', he simply answered: "Keeping Crooked Hillary Clinton out of the White House!"
On the subject of Bernie Sanders, Trump claimed the senator "is exhausted and has given up on his revolution".
He added: "Many of his voters still want to keep up the fight. I expect that millions of Bernie voters will refuse to vote for Hillary because of her support for the War in Iraq, the invasion of Libya, NAFTA and TPP, and of course because she is totally bought and sold by special interests."
In terms of policies, Trump pledged to create millions of new jobs, reform US immigration policy & the education system, and 'repeal and replace' Obamacare with an 'amazing new plan'.
He had particular praise for police officers and NASA, and promised to 'return the government to the people'.
When one redditor enquired whether he was "tired of winning", Trump responded: "I am never tired of winning, and as your president I will win for you, the American people."
Oh, and if you're wondering which US presidents the business mogul admires the most? They're George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Dwight Eisenhower and Ronald Reagan.