Trump called Clinton a "bigot" and the Democratic nominee charged that Trump's campaign was built on "prejudice and paranoia" while also tying him to the KKK.

 

 

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Washington (CNN)Donald Trump on Saturday pushed back against Hillary Clinton's efforts to link him to the Ku Klux Klan.

The Republican nominee retweeted a supporter's post that the Democratic nominee "said a KKK member was her mentor." And speaking later in Des Moines, Iowa, he dredged up Clinton's use of the term "super predators" in the 1990s to argue that he, not Clinton, offered African-Americans the best choice for president.
Trump's retweet and his latest appeals to black voters capped off a week of increasingly ugly and racially charged accusations between the two leading presidential candidates, during which Trump called Clinton a "bigot" and the Democratic nominee charged that Trump's campaign was built on "prejudice and paranoia" while also tying him to the KKK.
"@DiamondandSilk: Crooked Hillary getting desperate. On TV bashing Trump. @CNN, she forgot how she said a KKK member was her mentor," Trump tweeted Saturday.

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On Friday, the Trump campaign sought to rekindle the smoldering fights of Clinton's primary with Bernie Sanders while digging back even deeper into the archives to her past comments about Barack Obama and her infamous 1996 declaration that certain kids who are "super-predators" must be "brought to heel."

In a speech preceding Clinton's own fiery condemnation of him Thursday, Trump hinted at the attacks to come against the former secretary of state and first lady. Trump, speaking at a rally in New Hampshire, dropped in a mention of an anecdote from "Game Change," the behind-the-scenes exposé on the 2008 election in which Bill Clinton offended liberal Sen. Ted Kennedy by remarking that Obama "[a] few years ago ... 

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The New York times: (The Word War) "The presidential contest between Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump this week was marked by accusations — from both sides — of racism and bigotry."

The New York times: Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, both Presidential candidate for this year's coming election run into name calling citing each other as "Bigot and racist"

Which is really one of them telling the truth? Clinton insisted that Trump has a long period of being a racist attacking the blacks, yellow, brown and almost all Human beings who does not belong to America except for the white Americans.

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The presidential contest between Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump this week was marked by accusations — from both sides — of racism andbigotry. The Clinton campaign is pressing the issue of race in a new ad titled “Everything,” which offers an answer to Mr. Trump, who has sought support from minority voters by asking, rhetorically, “What the hell do you have to lose?”

THE AD It opens with white text set against a black backdrop: “Donald Trump’s Message to the African-American Community.” Mr. Trump is then shown, tieless in a suit and a white “Make America Great Again Hat,” repeating his “What do you have to lose?” line and depicting a grim state of life for African-Americans: “You’re living in poverty, your schools are no good, you have no jobs.” 

“All I can do is point to the evidence of what he has said, and what he has done from the start. He has built his campaign on prejudice and paranoia,” Clinton said on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” Friday after being asked whether she personally considered Trump a bigot. Then she listed them, saying Trump took “hate groups that lived on the dark spaces of the internet and making them mainstream,” courted white supremacists, was sued for housing discrimination and attacked a federal judge for his Mexican heritage.

 

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks during at a campaign event at Truckee Meadows Community College, in Reno, Nev., Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016.

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