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go hard after hillary clinton and he did in this speech. that crowd very fired up. seems very excited about what he had to say. more analysis of that and much more of your news of the day. now here is shep. now "shepard smith reporting" live from the fox news deck. >> time to make the news great begin. we begin with a fox urgent. hillary clinton set to deliver what he campaign described as a major speech, slamming donald trump and his support for the "alt-right" political movement. a live look from reno, nevada, where secretary clinton is set to speak. we'll listen in supporters of the "alt-right" movement have promoted it as an alternative conservative, allah european conservative who rejects the pup pup party establishment. donald trump named the breitbart
executive as his new campaign chief. he called his site a platform for the "alt-right." critics say the movement is racist and the clinton campaign accused of presenting a divisive and dystopia view of american, and donald trump blasted hillary clinton ahead of her speech. his campaign called it a response to her, quote, outrageous claims. >> the news reports are that hillary clinton is going to try and accuse this campaign and all of you, and the millions of decent americans at record level -- there's never been anything like this. this is a movement we have. this was set up -- this event was set up late last night and look what happens. look how many people. [cheering] it's a movement, folks, like they've never seen before.
and accuse decent americans who support this campaign, your campaign, of being racist, which we're not. [booing] it's the oldest play in the democratic playbook -- >> of course, hillary clinton spent the past few days defending her time as secretary of state and meetings with donors to the clinton foundation. here's what secretary clinton told cnn last night. >> now, obviously, if i am president there will be some unique circumstances, and that's why the foundation has laid out additional -- >> didn't those unique circumstances past en -- >> if i am elected. >> didn't the unique -- >> no, no. anderson, i know there's a lot of smoke and there's no fire. >> no fire. representatives for the clinton foundation will-have said it will stop taking donations from
foreign governments and corporations should hillary clinton win in november. they say former president bill clinton will step down from the foundation's board. but "the wall street journal" reports officials are reconsidering some changes. fox news confirms that chelsea clinton will stay at the foundation should her mother become president. we'll speak with a reporter who helped break the story for "the wall street journal." first. jennifer griffin is live in reno, nevada. >> reporter: well, the clinton campaign just released on the internet a web video that paints trump and his supporters as, as he mentioned, white supremacists, racists. it shows kkk leaders supporting donald trump and quotes a grand wizard saying the reason that -- giving the reasons they're supporting donald trump. it quotes david duke, it goes on, it is clear that this is part of the effort today to present the donald trump
campaign as being supported by white supremacists and neonazis. the trump campaign responded with the following statement, quote: hillary clinton and her campaign went to a disgusting new low today as they released a video tieing the trump campaign with horrific racial images. this is resoluting and completely beyond the pale. it's important to point out when we arrived here today there was a banner hanging out front by other trump supporter saying trump that b word and that is becoming more and more common at trump rallies to have t-shirts, that describe hillary has the b word and there's no effort by the trump campaign to distance themselves from that kind of language. understand we now have the video that the clinton campaign released just moments ago, showing those kkk, klu klux klan leaders supporting donald trump. you're seeing that, i believe, on screen right now.
>> bilingual? b-word? >> reporter: sorry? i'll let you spell it out. a five-letter word. >> what compels are we to expect from the clinton camp secretary clinton today. >> she just came off three days of fundraising in california, raising $18 million. she was criticized because she had not taken questions about the conflicts of interests with the clinton foundation based on e-mails and stories epercentaged about pay for play relationships. there were a dozen protesters outside the reno event where we are right now. those protesters held signs and they were essentially criticizing clinton for those alleged pay for play arrangements. you heard, when linton called in to the cnn last night, she rebutted that and said a certain ap story did not take into
account the large number of foreign leaders that she met with and that the percentages -- when they said -- that half of the people she met with were not foreign government leaders were clinton foundation donors and she really took issue with to the way they tallied that. so we expect her now behind me just moments from now, to take on what is described as the "alt-right" movement, which you described, that has been basically a movement led by bright bart -- breitbart.com and now the ceo of breitbart is the trump campaign ceo and we'll hear more -- what the says about the "alt-right" movement. the movement wants to push back on political correctness rung amok but the clinton cam sane it's a thinly veiled attempt at racism. julian assange is revealing new details about a possible october surprise for secretary
clinton. he told fox news he plans to release significant documents linked to the democratic nominee's campaign and they could effect the election etch he says some of the information has unexpected angles and is even entertaining. wikileaks released hacked e-mails in july chat forced the democratic national committee chairman to step down and the e-mailing to the she dnc officials favoring hillary clinton over bernie sanders. awe sang has been living in the ecuadorian consulate in london to avoid sexual assault charges in sweden. hoe denies the allegationed. what else did assange say about the document leak? >> reporter: julian assange says he and his team are working around the clock, and the material will be released before election day. wikileaks some julian assange have been criticized for
the types of information they have released but assange claims wikileaks has a, quote, perfect ten year record of never getting it wrong and says it's important to keep that reputation. watch. >> i understand how things should be formatted, what media we should be involved in, the best way to stage it out. accumulate everything published in batches or several batches. the purchase we -- the approach we decide to take. >> reporter: indicating the release is not about dropping a bomb at the perfect moment. it's more about vetting the information to make sure that it cannot be easily dismissed. >> and the suggestion is it could further damage the clinton campaign. >> reporter: yeah. he says depending on how it catches fire with the public and media. experts believe the information is likely tied to hillary clinton's private e-mail. she claimed she turned over 30,000 of her private e-mails and private server that dealt with state department business
and deleted an additional 30,000 personal e-mails and the fbi recovered thousands of e-mails from the same server and experiments think wikileaks may have done the same. here's assange building up the mystery. watch. >> i want to give -- don't want to give the game away but a very rite -- variety of different documents from different institutions associated with the election campaign. some quite unexpected angles. quite interesting. some even entertaining. >> reporter: unclear in all of this is whether -- wikileaks is seeking or vetting any donald trump documents. >> trace, thank you. let's bring in a reporter 0 who broke the news about the clintons rethinking of the changes to the family foundation. james grim mad diis an investigative reporter for "the wall street journal" and is live. thank you.
>> you're welcome. >> what sort of change does you have reporting on? >> well, as you said, bill clinton is stepping away from the foundation board, but chelsea clinton is not. chelsea clinton is going to remain on the board. what we don't know and could be possible, is that chelsea clinton might be raising money for the clinton foundation. bill clinton said he won't raise money. they said they won't collect money from corporations or foreign governments. well, now there appears to be an exception to that rule. it appears that they will accept possibly foreign government money and corporate money to the clinton health access initiative. chai they call it. that would be revealing, i think, and it's just hard to imagine that a clinton foundation or clinton organization can raise money from any entity while hillary
clinton, if is elected as president of the united states itch don't know who could give that would not have some questions potentially raised. >> yep. it's been fascinating to see this political trick from the ages. you take the strengths and turn it against them. you take hillary clinton as -- at the time seen as one of the most successful secretaries of states ever with a 60% approval rating and make that a negative and now take the clinton global foundation which has done -- turned that into a negative and hinderance to the campaign. it's brilliant -- now hillary clinton is up here to drop some knowledge on us. stevens thank you. let's listen. >> i have to say, though, i know when i'm here in reno, i'm the other hillary. and i am more than okay with that because i think your mayor is doing a terrific job.
and the fact that she herself is a small business woman and committed to really lifting up reno and giving everybody in this great city the biggest little city, with a big heart, chance to get ahead and stay ahead. i could not be more honored than to have her support and endorsement in this race. so, thank you so much, mayor shevy and let me also thank dr. karen hilgerson and everybody here at truckee meadows community college! i love community colleges and i know something about what this college is doing to give people of all ages -- not just young people -- a real chance to get the skills and opportunities that everybody in america deserves. so, thank you.
now, i have to begin by saying, my original plan for this visit was to focus on our agenda, to help small businesses and entrepreneurs. this week, we proposed new steps to cut red tape and taxes to make it easier for small businesses to get the credit they need to grow and hire. i want to be a small business president. my father was a small businessman. and i believe that in mrs., if you can dream it, you should be able to build it. and so -- [cheering] -- so we'll be talking a lot more about small business and about our economic plans in the days and weeks ahead. but today, here in this community college, devoted to opening minds and creating great understanding of the world in which we live, i want to address
something that i am hearing about from americans all over our country. everywhere i go, people tell me how concerned they are by the divisive rhetoric coming from my opponent in this election. and i understand that concern because it's like nothing we've heard before. from a nominee for president of the united states. from one of our two major parties. from the start, donald trump has built his campaign on prejudice and paranoia. he is taking hate groups, mainstream, -- disregard to the values that make our country great is profoundly dangerous. in just this past week, under
the guise of outreg to african-americans, trump has stood up and front of largely white audiences and described black communities in such insulting and ignorant terms. poverty, rejection, horrible education, no housing, no homes, no ownership, crime at levels nobody has seen. right now he said you can walk down the street and get shot. those are his words. but when i hear them i think to myself, how sad. donald trump misses so much. he doesn't see the success of black leaders in every field. the vibrancy of black-ownedded businesses, the strength of the black church. he doesn't see he doesn't see
the excellence of belong colleges and didn't see police chief brown of dallas on television after the murders of five of his officers, conducting himself with such dignity. he certainly doesn't have any solutions to take on the reality of systemic racism and create more equity and opportunities in communities of color for every american. it really does take a lot of nerve to ask people he has ignored and mistreated for decades, what do you have to lose? the answer is, everything. [cheers and applause] >> now, trump's lack of knowledge or experience or solutions would be bad enough. but what he is doing here is more sinister. trump is re-enforcing harmful
stereotypes, and offering a dog whistle to his most hateful supporters. it's a disturbing preview of what kind of president he would be. and that's what i want to make clear today. a man with a long history of racial discrimination, who traffics in dark conspiracy theories, drawn from the pages of supermarket tabloids and the far dark reaches of the internet. [applause] should never run our government or command our military. [applause] ask yourself if he doesn't respect all americans, how can he serve all americans?
now, i know that some people still want to give trump the benefit of the doubt. they hope that he will eventually re-invent himself. that there's a kinder, gentler, more responsible trump waiting in the wings somewhere. because after all it is hard to believe anyone, let alone a nominee for president, could really believe all the things he says. but here's the hard truth. there is no other donald trump. his is it. and miya angelou, a great american whom i admired very much, she once said, one someone shows you who they are, believe them the first time. [applause] well, throughout his career and this campaign, donald trump has
shown us exactly who he is, and we should believe him. when he was getting his start in business he was sued by the justice department for refusing to rent apartments to black and latino tenants. their application would be worked with a "c" for color and then rejected. three years later the justice department took trump back to court because he had not changed. and the pattern continued through the decade. state regulators find one of trump's casinos for repeatedly removing black dealers from the floor. no wonder the turnover raith for the minority employee was way above average and he first gained political prominence leading the carm of the so-called birthers. he promoted the racist lie that president obama is not really an
american citizen, part of the sustained evident to delegitimatize american's first black president, and in 2015, trump launched his own campaign for president with another racist lie and described mexican immigrants has rapists and criminals and accused the mexican government of actively sending them across the border. number of that is true. and, oh, by the way -- [cheering] -- by the way, mexico's not paying for his wall, either. [applause] if he ever tries to get it built the american taxpayer will pay for it. we'll be stuck with the bill. but there has been a steady stream of bigotry coming from him. i think we all remember when trump said, a distinguished federal judge, born in indiana,
could not be trusted to do his job because, quote, he is a mexican. think about that. the man who today is the standard bearer of the republican party said a federal judge -- who by the way had a distinguished record as a u.s. attorney. had to go in hiding because mexican drug gangs were after him. who has mexican heritage, but just like me, was born in this country, is somehow incapable solely because of his heritage. even the republican speaker of the house of representatives, paul ryan, described that, and i quote, as a textbook definition of a racist comment. and to this day, trump has never apologized to the judge. but for trump that is just par for the course. this is someone who re-tweets white supremacists online, like
the user who goes by the name "white' genocide pm." trump took this fringe bigot with a few dozen followers and spread his message to 11 million people. his campaign famously posted an anti-semitic image, star
of david, impose overred a sea of dollar bills that first appeared on white supremacist web sites. the trump campaign has also selected a prominent white nationalist leader as a delegate in california, and they only dropped him under pressure. when asked in a nationally televised interview whether he would disavow the support of david duke, a former grand wizard of the klu klux klan, trump wouldn't do it and only later again, under mounting
pressure, did he backtrack. and when trump was asked about anti-september metic slurs and death threats coming from his supporters, he refused to condemn them. you remember, he said that thousands of american muslims in new jersey cheered the 9/11 attacks. they didn't. he suggested that senator ted cruz's father was involved in the kennedy assassination. now, perhaps in trump's mind, because mr. cruz was a cuban immigrant, he must have had something to do with it. and there is absolutely, of course, no evidence of that. just recently, trump claimed that president obama founded
isis. and he has repeated that over and over again. his latest paranoid fever dream is about my health. and all i can say is, donald,
dream on. [applause] but, my friends, -- hillary! hillary! hillary! hilary! hilary! hillary -- but my friends this is what happened when you treat the "national inquirer" like gospel. they said in october identity be dead in six months. and also what happens when you listen to the radio host alex jones, who claims that 9/11 and the oklahoma city bombings were
inside jobs. he even said -- this really just is so disgusting -- he even said the victims of the sandy hook massacre were child actors and no one was actually killed there. i don't know what happens in somebody's mind or how dark their heart must be to say things like that. but trump doesn't challenge these lies. he actually went on jones' show and said, your reputation is amazing. i will not let you down. this from the man who wants to be president of the united states. you know, i've stood by president obama's side as he made the toughest decisions a commander-in-chief has to make, in times of crisis our country deps on -- depends on steady leadership, clear thinking, calm
judgment, because one wrong move can make the difference between life and death itch know we have veterans and families and mothers and spouses of children of people currently serving. the last thing we need in the situation room is a loose cannon who didn't know the difference, or can't care to the difference between fact and fashion and buys so easily into racially tinged rumors. [applause] someone so detached from reality should never be in charge of making decisions that are as real as they come. and that is yet another reason why donald trump is simply tempermentally unfit to be president of the united states. [applause] now, i hear and i read some people who are saying, well, his
bluster and his bigotry is just overheated come pain rhetoric -- campaign rhetoric, an outcourageous person saying outrage yous things for attention. look at his policies. the one that trump has proposed would put prejudice into practice. and don't be distracked by his late -- distracted by his latest efforts to muddy the water. he may have new people putting words in his house but we know where he stands. he would build a deportation force and abolish the bedrock constitutional principle that says if you're born in the united states, you're an american citizen. he says that children born to undocumented parents in america are anchor babies and should be deported. millions of them. he would ban muslims around the world from entering our country just because of their religion. think about that for a minute.
how would that actually work? people landing in u.s. airports, would line up to get their passports stamped, just like they do now, but in trump others america, when they step up to the counter, the immigration officer would ask every single person, what is your religion? and then what? what if someone says, i'm a christian, but the agent doesn't believe him. do they have to prove it? how would they do that? really. ever since the pilgrims landed on plymouth rock, america has distinguished itself as a haven for people fleeing religious persecution, believing in religious freedom, and religious liberty. [applause] under donald trump america would
distinguish itself as the only country in the world to impose a religious test at the border. come to think of it, there actually may be one other place that does that. the so-called islamishing state. the territory that isis controls. what a cruel irony that someone running for president would equate us with them. don't worry, some will say, as president, trump will be surrounded by smart advisers who will rein in his worst impulses. so when a tweet gets under his skin and he watches to retaliate with a cruise missile, maybe cooler heads will convince him not to. well, maybe. but look at who he has put in charge of his campaign. trump likes to say he only hires the best people. but he has had to fire so many campaign managers it's like an
episode from "the apprentice." [applause] and the latest shakeup was designed to, quote, let trump be trump. so to do that he hired steven banon, the head of a right-wing web site called breitbart.com as the campaign's ceo. to give you a flavor of himself work here are a few headlines they have pushed and i'm not making this up. birth control makes women unattractive and crazy. would you rather your child had feminism or cancer? gabby giffords, the gun control movement's human shield. hoisted high and proud, the
confederate flag proclaims a glorious heritage. and that one came shortly after the charleston massacre when democrats and republicans alike were doing everything they could to heal racial divide that breitbart and banon tried to inform. just imagine. donald trump reading that and thinking, this is what i need more of in my campaign. now, banon has nasty things to say about pretty much everyone. this spring he railed against speaker paul ryan for, quote, rubbing his social justice catholicism in my nose every second. no wonder he has again to work for trump. to only presidential candidate ever to get into a public feud with the pope. it's truly hard to believe, but according to the southern
poverty law center, which tracks hate groups, breitbart embraces ideas on the extremist fringe of the conservative right. this is not conservativism as we have known it. this is not republicanism as we have known it. these are racist ideas, race-baiting ideas, anti-muslim, anti-immigrant, anti-women, all key tenats making up the emerging ideology known as the "alt-right." "alt-right" is short for alternative right. the "wall street journal" describes it as a loose but organized movement, mostly online, that rejects mainstream conservatism promotes nationalism, immigration and multiculturalism as -- the de facto merger of breitbart and the trump campaign represents a
landmark achievement for this group. a fringe element that has effectively taken over the republican party. this is part of a broader story. the rising tide of hardline right wing nationalism around the world. just yesterday, one of britain's most prominent right-wing leaders who stoked anti-immigrant sentiments to win the referendum, to have britain leave the european union. campaigned with donald trump in mississippi. barrage has called for a bar on the children of legal immigrants from possible -- public schools and health services. has said women, and i quote, worth less than men and promotes scrapping laws that prevents employers from discriminating based on race. that's who donald trump wants by his side when he is addressing an audience of american voters
and the grand godfather of this global brand of troy. nationalism is russian president vladimir putin. and in fact, barrage regularly appears on russian propaganda programs and is now standing on the same stage as the republican nominee. trump himself heaps praise on putin and embraces pro-russian policy us. he talks casually of abandoning our nato allies, recognizing russia's annexation of crimea, giving the kremlin a free hand in eastern europe. american presidents from truman, to reagan, to bush and clinton, to obama, have rejected the kind of approach trump is taking on russia, and we should, too. now all of this adds up to something we have never seen before. of course, there's always been a
paranoid fringe in our politics, allot of it arising from racial resent. but never halved the nominee of a major party stoking it, encouraging and it giving it a national megaphone until now. on david duke's radio show the other day, the mood was jubilant. we appear to have taken over the republican party, one white supremacist said. duke laughed. no, there's still more work to do, he replied. so no one should have any illusions about what is really going on here. the names may have changed. racists now call themselves racialists. white supremacists now call themselves white nationalists.ts itself "alt-right," but the hate burns just as bright, and now trump is trying to rebrand himself as well, but don't be
fooled. there's an old mexican proverb that says me tell me with whom you walk and i will tell you who you are, but we know who trump is. [applause] a few words on a teleporch prompter won't change that. he says he wants to make america great again but more and more it seems his real message seems to be, make america hate again. and this isn't just about one election. it's about who we are as a nation. about the kind of example we want to set for our children and our grandchildren. next time you see trump on tv, think about all the children listening across america. kids hear a lot more than we think. parents and teachers are already worrying about what they call
the trump effect. they report that bullying and harassment are on the rise in our schools. especially targeting students of color, muslims and immigrants. at a recent high school basketball game in indiana, white students held up trump signs and taunted latino players on the opposing team with chants of "build the wall" and "speak english." after a similar incident in iowa one frustrated school principal said, they see it in a presidential campaign and now it's okay for everyone to say this. we wouldn't tolerate this kind of behavior before, and we wouldn't tolerate in our homes, and we should not stand for it from a presidential candidate. [applause] my friends, this is a moment of
reckoning for every republican dismayed at the party of lincoln has become the party of trump. it's a moment of reckoning for all of white house love our country -- all of us who love our country and believe that america is better than this. 20 years ago, when bob dole accepted the republican nomination, he pointed to the exits in the convention hall and told any racist in the party to get out. the week after 9/11, george w. bush went to a mosque and declared for everyone to hear that muslims love america just as much as i do. in 2008, john mccain told his own supporters that they were wrong about the man he was trying to defeat. senator mccain made sure they knew barack obama, he said, is an american citizen and a decent person. we need that kind of leadership
again. [applause] we can have our disagreements, and, believe me, i understand that. i think that's healthy. we need good debate. but we need to do it in a respectful way. not finger-pointing and blaming and stirring up this bigotry and prejudice. every day more americans are standing up and saying, enough is enough. including a lot of republicans, and i am honored to have their support in this campaign. [cheers and applause] and i promise you this. with your help, i will be a president for democrats, republicans and independents, for those who vote for me and for those who vote against me. i will be a president for all
americans. [cheers and applause] bus -- because i truly believe we stronger together and this is a vision for the future, rooted in of values and reflected in a rising generation of young people. the young people in america today are the most open, diverse, and connected generation we have ever seen. how many of you saw any of the olympics? right? i was so proud i always get carried away, every time the olympics are on. you look at the diversity of our athletes. look at our fabulous olympic team, representing the the unitd states of america. an african-american muslim from
new jersey won the bronze medal in fencing with grace and skill. which she enhave a miss in donald trump's america? and i'll tell you, when i was growing up, in so many parts of country, simone manual, and katie ledecky, would not have been allowed to swim in the same public pool. and now, together on our swimming team, they're winning olympic medals as teammates. i don't know about you but i don't think we have a person to waste. we want to build an america where everyone has a place, where if you work hard and you do your part, you can get ahead and stay ahead. that's the basic bargain of america, and we cannot get to where we
need to be unless we move forward together and stand
up against prejudice and paranoia and prove, again, that america is great because america is good. thank you all so very much let's go out and win the election. god bless you and god bless the united states of america! thank you. [cheers and applause] [music] >> that was an extraordinary moment live from reno, nevada. the secretary of state hillary clinton, the former secretary of state, democratic candidate for the presidency, has just tagged her republican rival as a racist, fearmongerring conshire theorist who is tempermentally unfit to be president of the united states. the problem with any attempt to rebut her is that in this case she used donald trump's own words, was historically accurate on his policies, on all reviewed
points. james grimaldi is an investigative reporter for the wall street down. >> this was -- used his own words against himself. i think bringing then breitbart guy on the campaign, i think it will be interesting to see how he responds to this. he did try to do a pre-response, i think, but you know, she-i think, is trying to match his very hard-hitting language with something that she considers hard-hitting, but thinks is more documented than maybe some of the attacks he is leveling against her. >> aren't they? >> i'm sorry? >> when you say she thinks they would
be -- >> yeah, they appear to be documented. he trades in hyperbole.
>> trades in racism, doesn't he? >> well, i'll leave that up to the commentators to talk about whether he is -- people who have -- on the opinion side are more apt or able to talk about whether he is racist or race sim. quote what people say. she quoted paul ryan, the speaker of the house, saying that one of his statements was treadmark, guess -- textbook racist. i'm not one to generally label people like that. so i would pass on that question. >> understood. hang with us. jennifer griffin at the event in reno. your observations. >> reporter: well, she gave very concrete examples of how donald trump has been racist over the years. she described the justice department case against him where, when he was renting his properties in new york, it was found that his renters were putting c for coloredded on the makes for those rentsers.
a case that went to the justice department. she also pointed out that he gave birth to literally the birther controversy over president obama's -- where he had been born or not and whether he was an american citizen. she described how he basically got his news from the "national inquirer" and quoted headlines -- the most effective part is when he quoted headlines from the breitbart news.com. the head of breitbart has become behind campaign ceo, steve bannon. one headline was describing how breitbart rote that congressman gabby giffords who was shot in the head in arizona was the, quote, human shield of the national gun rights movement that got boos in the audience elm she also point out that nightal farage, british lawmaker who led the brexit vote in
britain, he was campaigning with donald trump yesterday in mess -- mississippi. nigel fer ranch is anti-immigrant and is campaigning on the same platform that led to the brexit vote in britain. so she brave examples of racist wreck resident -- rhetoric, including alex jones who has been talking about white supremacy, and quoting david duke, supporter of the kkk and white supremacist, who said that donald trump presidency would be good for his movement. so she gave example after example and used trumps own words against him and that has been the most effective clinton distract, and we have seen it going -- strategy, and we have seen it going back to san diego when he start doing that in talking about how he would be a danger to national security. >> is the candidate or the campaign trying in some way or
another that i don't know to convince us that this adoption of the head of breitbart and the glomming on to the ways of the "alt-right," are not some sort of suggestion that they have punted on everything else and decided this is the way to get to the white house? >> reporter: i think what is most interesting -- she is trying to explain to people out there who don't know what breitbart.com is and don't know what this "alt-right" movement is. she is trying to separate it out from conservative republicans, who she said this is not what conservative republicanism has been in this country, and the campaign is hoping that she can continue to peel away republican women and republican voters who are not comfort comfortable with this extreme fringe of the republican party. that's the strategy you're saying. the reason the campaign reef leased this video today showing leaders of the kkk who have been supporting donald trump, and also quoting the leaders of the
"alt-right" movement, the online statements made by editors of the groups like the american renaissance and what they say about white supremacy. she is trying to educate -- not trying to alien nate republican voters. in fact she is trying to attract republican voters who don't necessarily want to be associatedded with the so-called "alt-right" movement. >> she expressed a great deal of exasperation and dismay that this sort of "alt-right" movement has seeped into the fabric of society, speaking specifically of the children on the playground and eluding to the long-term damage that could be done bay movement like this being adopted by the masses and i wonder i if that's part of the reporting on this matter. >> reporter: well, some absolutely pointed out there have the been studies begun that children facing more bullying and she is trying to link that to the rhetoric by the trump
campaign and supporters. at the rallies there's the chanting of curse words that describe her in unflattering terms and no attempt to change. i've been shocked watching television news in the evenings and seeing how it is now normal. there used to be a seven-second delay so nobody could curse on air because they knew that children were watching these television shows. now you hear in the evening news a repetition of these words, curse words, being used quite readily by the campaigns. she is trying to suggest that at the end of her speech she said that donald trump is trying to make america hate again. and she is trying to paint with examples from his campaign of why this is different from any previous election or any previous race where there might be differences in politics between republicans and democrats. he says that he is basically
legitimatizing what she described as a fringe wing, this "alt-right" movement, that is basically in favor of white supremacy and is opposed to immigrants, and i think again, pointing out that this nigel farage from britain is coming here to campaign for donald trump after he led the anti-immigrant brexit vote in britain and shows the campaign is trying to point out these things so that those who are not able to go to the rallies can see what actually is going on there. >> jennifer griffin at the rally in reno on what has been an extraordinary day. hillary clinton painting donald trump and tagging donald trump as a racist, fearmongerring con spear si theorist who is tempterrermentally unfit to be president, used his own words and details of his own policies to do so, it's now left to the american people to decide what happens next. the news coins after this.
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hillary clinton saying fine. goodbyes on the rope line in reno, nevada, after a speech really for the history books, portraying donald trump or tagging donald trump as a ray psychiatrist fear-mongering cob speier si theorist, temperment allie unfit to be president. steve van dynan is with us from the the -- your thoughts. >> the list she went through, it's a powerful list when she is going through donald trump -- the things he has done and the things he said in the past. i guess there are two areas where i think she might need to be a little careful. number one is on the politics of
association. the "alt-right folks say the issue isn't that donald trump is embracing us. the issue is we are embracing donald trump, he's the best we have seen. we can argue how much of that wrongs to donald trump but when you start getting into the politics of association, you know, the communist party, cpusa is a fan of hillary clinton. the leader's the communist party us a are fans of hillary clinton. at what point due you tag her with being a communist because that organization or the leaders of the organization are fans of already -- >> maybe when she starts espousing their ideas and pushing their -- and pushing their wishes, because that it what she says he is doing and explained it instance after instance of him doing exactly that. >> but their point is they see -- they see their goals and their policies in her just like the "alt-right" sees its goals
and policies in some of what trump is talking. i wonder how far we go down the loin of politics of association association. a cleats hear trump and clinton are trying to do here, particularly the last week and a half, this is not a fight for black voter's latino voters. this the fight for the moderate republican voters. if hillary clinton can keep them from jumping on the donald trump campaign, then she is in very good shape heading into inform november. this was about convincing them you don't want to have anything to do with this trump campaign. >> how was her sell? >> it's an effective cell. might be wary of going too far down that road because she opens herself up to counterattacks, but look, it's an effective sell. at this point you have one candidate who is being labeled a bigot and the other one labeled
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