Clinton says Trump unleashes 'radical fringe' in GOP
27 August 2016, 07:14 | Isaac Mcdaniel
While riffing on Trump's recent line asking black voters, "What the hell do you have to lose?", Clinton said Trump has a lot of gall to ask the communities "he's ignored and mistreated for decades" what they have to lose under a Trump presidency.
United States (US) presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump clashed on Thursday over who would make a better president for the country's minorities, with each accusing the other of posing a threat to the interests of blacks and Latinos. The country, she's arguing, is at a "moment of reckoning" where voters and public figures must stand up and denounce prejudice and paranoia.
But it also comes as Trump is attempting to reboot his campaign with a concerted push to appeal to minority voters, part of an effort to make up lost ground to Clinton over the past month. "She's only going to take care of herself, her consultants, her donors".
The foundation announced on Monday that it would stop accepting at least some foreign and corporate donations if Clinton wins the presidency and that her husband, former President Bill Clinton, would resign from the foundation's board.
Almost two-thirds said they view Clinton as not honest or trustworthy while more than half said the same about Trump.
"Voting against Donald Trump, at this point, is really treason to your heritage", former KKK grand wizard David Duke says.
In a tweet shortly after Clinton wrapped up her speech in the swing state of Nevada, Trump said she "is pandering to the worst instincts in our society". "I want you to hear these words, and remember these words: Shame on you".
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Conway told Politico the Trump camp has never discussed the alt-right. "Racists now call themselves 'racialists.' White supremacists now call themselves 'white nationalists.' The paranoid fringe now calls itself 'alt-right, ' but the hate burns just as bright". "Nothing more nothing less", another tweet said.
Trump met Thursday with members of a new Republican Party initiative meant to train young - and largely minority - volunteers to drive up voter turnout among their peers.
The Democratic presidential nominee is to appear at a noon rally in Reno on the campus of Truckee Meadows Community College. "I made policy decisions based on what I thought was right to keep America safe and protect our interests overseas".
Just 8 percent said they'd been to an event for Clinton, only 6 percent said they'd been to an event for Trump, and 3 percent said they'd attended an event in support of another presidential candidate....
"I appreciate the concerns that people have expressed and that's why I have made it clear that if I'm successful in November we are going to be taking additional steps", she said. He added that Trump refused the group's invitation to speak at its convention. "More importantly, you don't get to the White House without addressing the nation's civil rights agenda".
Before the meeting in NY, several protesters unfurled a banner over a railing in the lobby of Trump Tower that read, "Trump = Always Racist". "Nothing will change", they yelled.
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