Clinton also slammed Trump for appearing at a campaign event with British right-wing politician Nigel Farage, saying Farage had fueled anti-immigrant feelings to win a referendum on leaving the European Union.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump clashed on Thursday over who would make a better US president for minority voters, accusing each other of posing a threat to the interests of blacks and Latinos.
U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton stands with her husband, former President Bill Clinton, after accepting the nomination on the final night of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. July 28, 2016.
Trump and Clinton have been ratcheting up their attacks on each other as their first general-election debate approaches. On Friday, he also continued his recent push to broaden his base of support among minority voters, convening a roundtable with Latino backers at his hotel in Las Vegas. Evan Osnos wrote a report earlier this year for The New Yorker, stressing the fact that Trump's silence on the issue is as damning as the KKK's unequivocal support. "The people who want strong borders are not racists".
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