Hillary Clinton: Foundation 'looking for partners'
Sep 07 2016
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has assailed Clinton as the beneficiary of a "pay-for-play" operation that provided special access to the State Department for donors of the foundation.
The white nationalist Richard Spencer was on vacation in Japan when he learned that Hillary Clinton was planning to give a speech about Donald Trump's ties to the so-called alt right, and he was thrilled.
"This type of rhetoric and repulsive advertising is revolting and completely beyond the pale", Mark Burns, an African-American pastor who supports Trump, said in a statement. Her policies. They're her policies she comes out with the policies and others that believe like she does also but she came out with policies over the years. Among those saying that it would be a good thing, about half say it's extremely or very important to them that it happens during their lifetime, while another third call it somewhat important.
Calling it "a exhausted, disgusting argument", he said it was Clinton who was being a "racist" by viewing minorities merely as a source of votes while doing nothing for them. "When a presidential candidate-and indeed the presidential candidate who is leading in most polls-talks about your movement directly, I think you can safely say that you've made it".
"She is a bigot", Trump said in the interview, which was broadcast later Thursday. "He is taking hate groups mainstream and helping a radical fringe take over the Republican Party. His disregard for the values that make our country great is profoundly unsafe", she said at an election rally in Nevada.
Trump has polled poorly with minorities and has been heavily criticized for his proposals on immigration, which include deporting millions of undocumented foreigners, building a wall along the Mexican border, and suspending Muslim immigration to shore up national security.
Clinton now holds 10-point lead over Trump, 51 per cent to 41 per cent, among likely voters in a two-way race, the Quinnipiac University poll finds, Xinhua reported.
Trump, who also met Thursday in NY with members of a new Republican Party initiative meant to train young - and largely minority - volunteers, has been working to win over blacks and Latinos in light of his past inflammatory comments. This, she argued, showed that the Republican Party was being taken over by the alt-right, racist and white supremacist elements, previously on the fringes of the party, but now being "brought into the mainstream" by Trump.
It was Ronald Reagan, still invoked today as the chief Republican deity, who began his 1980 presidential campaign with a rally in Philadelphia, Mississippi, the rural town where three young civil rights workers were murdered by the Ku Klux Klan in 1964.
Clinton's aim is to diminish Trump in the eyes of Americans uncomfortable voting for someone who appeals to racists, perhaps even winning over some moderate Republicans.
Bannon told the magazine Mother Jones during the Republican National Convention last month that the website was "the platform for the alt-right", a brand of US political conservatism associated with white nationalism.
Stephen Bannon, the former head of Breitbart News, was charged in 1996 with misdemeanor domestic violence, battery and attempting to dissuade a victim from reporting a crime. American presidents from Truman, to Reagan, to Bush and Clinton, to Obama, have rejected the kind of approach Trump is taking on Russian Federation.
"What I saw was a mischaracterization of Donald Trump's record", McEnany said. Trump has called Clinton weak and has recently started questioning her stamina.
In anticipation of Clinton's speech and response to an earlier ad from the Clinton campaign, Trump addressed the allegation in his own speech earlier in the day Thursday.
"Trump is reinforcing harmful stereotypes and offering a dog whistle to his most hateful supporters", she said in the speech in Reno.
Trump's campaign has stumbled in recent weeks after a series of perceived gaffes.
'They are telling him what concerns them in their communities, and he is listening, ' she said.
Many black leaders and voters have dismissed Trump's message - delivered to predominantly white rally audiences - as condescending and intended more to reassure undecided white voters that he's not racist, than to actually help minority communities.