Donald Trump Rebukes Racism Claims As Hillary Clinton Warns Of Radicalism

Clinton leads Trump in key swing states, would likely win election, poll suggests

“We are starting to hear the faint rumblings of a Hillary Clinton landslide as her 10-point lead is further proof that Donald Trump is in a downward spiral as the clock ticks”, said Assistant Director of the Quinnipiac University Poll Tim Malloy in a release.

She has contrasted Trump with former Republican presidential candidates John McCain, Bob Dole and former President George W. Bush, praising their decisive steps to counter racial bias and anti-Muslim sentiment. The video also shows U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders, Clinton’s main opponent in the Democratic primary this year, calling that phrase a “racist term”.

Earlier this week, Mr Trump said he was open to “softening” his hard-line position on deporting the more than 11 million undocumented immigrants now living in the USA, for instance.

She questioned his decision to bring the head of Breitbart News to run Trump’s floundering campaign, reading headlines from the site ranging from “Birth Control Makes Women Unattractive and insane”, to “Would You Rather Your Child Had Feminism or Cancer?”

Dr. Harold Bornstein’s report last December remains the only medical information released so far by Trump’s campaign.

Ms Clinton’s presidential campaign said it believed the would air in the hotly contested states of Florida, North Carolina, Ohio and Pennsylvania.

Winding down the programs and finding partners, she says, takes time.

Clinton rolls through the rest of the list, which is filled with racially charged stances and statements Trump has made throughout his campaign. ‘To Hillary Clinton and her donors and advisers pushing her to spread smears and her lies about decent people, I have three words, I want you to remember these three words: Shame. On.

Morning Joe host Mika Brzezinski asked Clinton about emails showing more cross-involvement between the Clinton Foundation and the State Department.

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Clinton did not address any of the accusations about her family foundation in her remarks.

Trump on Wednesday accused Clinton of being a “bigot who sees people of color only as votes, not as human beings worthy of a better future”.

Republicans blasted Kaine over the comments. “Except change his immigration policies”. This is Hillary’s “vote for me or stay home” pitch to righties who loathe the alt-right as much as the alt-right loathes them. He’s the former chairman of Breitbart, a conservative news website Bannon himself described as “the platform for the alt-right”.

Other white nationalists mocked Clinton, saying she sounded like a neoconservative and a “grandma”, while also welcoming the publicity. He said he was still weighing what would become of the 11 million people already in the country illegally.

For the most part, the alt-right has been confined to dark corners of the internet and left to anonymous profiles on Twitter.

Information for this article was contributed by Lisa Lerer, Ken Thomas, Jill Colvin and Jonathan Lemire of The Associated Press; by Margaret Talev, Ben Brody and Andrew Harris of Bloomberg News; and by Alan Rappeport of The New York Times.