I get into a major fight about some company policy or procedure. One of the women even calls me a mf-er in front of everyone at work - that's not the correct analogy.
The correct analogy would be: you and these 4 women get into a major war of words, one of the 4 women, a new recruit, says she's gonna have your ass fired or arrested and calls you MF.
Then you say, hey why don't these four go back where they came from and fix stuff, etc.
Trump's a brash, ugly-talking New Yorker who has no filter whatsoever. But that doesn't mean he's racist.
As an aside, there's a nice guy in the UK called Karl Pilkington. He and Ricky Gervais have a radio talk show. Karl has no filter and no idea about sensitivity. He was talking about Rosa Parks and said why didn't she want to sit at the back of the bus - she's lazy (XD). He had no idea that his words are offensive. He didn't see Rosa Parks as a person of colour, he just saw her as a person. He doesn't really think how his words calling her lazy have anything to do with a negative stereotype or unacceptable generalisation of black people as being lazy.
I think Trump is more aware than Karl Pilkington but he's in a war of words with political opponents. He was just saying some ugly stuff in response. Does Trump usually go up to people of colour and tell them to go home?
I don't think so.