Donald Trump
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump greets a crowd of supporters on July 27, 2016 in Scranton, Pennsylvania.Getty Images

Republican nominee Donald Trump took questions straight from voters on Wednesday, 27 July during a Reddit Ask Me Anything (AMA) session. The GOP nominee took questions on everything from Democratic rival Hillary Clinton and Obamacare to H-1B visas and his favourite US president.

While answering several questions about the election, Trump also made sure to let participants know that he is "never tired of winning". IBTimes UK breaks down the highlights of Trump's AMA.

On Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and press conferences:

"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."

On H-1B visas and immigration:

"I have put forward a detailed plan for H-1B reform to protect American workers which can be viewed on the immigration paper on my website. My plan is the exact opposite of Crooked Hillary Clinton."

On the US president he admires the most:

"There have been many amazing Presidents in American history, including George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Dwight Eisenhower and Ronald Reagan, all of whom I greatly admire."

On the greatest issue facing America's youth:

"The question most young people ask me about is the rising cost of education, terrible student debt and total lack of jobs. Youth unemployment is through the roof, and millions more are underemployed. It's a total disaster! I will create millions of new jobs, reform our education system, and work to free young Americans from the awful burden of debt."

On health insurance:

"One of the first things I will do is to repeal and replace disastrous Obamacare. I will put forward an amazing new plan, which will include many reforms, such as letting people buy insurance across state lines, increasing choice and competition, and bargaining for better, cheaper drug prices."

On voters unsure about who to vote for:

"Americans in every party are tired of our rigged system and corrupt politicians, and want to reform our government so it no longer benefits the powerful at the expense of everyone else. They know I will fix it so it works for them and their families. Hillary Clinton's message is that things will never change. my message is that things have to change, and they have to change right now. We have to change a foreign policy that has led us to one economic disaster after another, and an economic policy that has failed our poorest citizens. We will never fix a rigged system by relying on the people who rigged it in the first place. I am going to return the government to the people."