Hillary Clinton speech on how Donald Trump’s campaign has mainstreamed the "Alt-Right" hate movement
15:15, Friday, 26 August, 2016
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, enjoying a healthy lead in national polls against Republican rival Donald Trump, is scheduled to speak Thursday afternoon in Reno, Nevada, where she plans on attacking the billionaire for what the campaign is labeling as a “disturbing ‘alt-right’” brand of politics. Clinton, whose campaign has focused heavily on diversity, has repeatedly criticized Trump for “divisive and dystopian” views of America. In Thursday’s speech she is expected to try to contrast her views with his, calling his temperament dangerous and reaffirming that the United States “is stronger together,” a press release announcing the event said.