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29 August 2016
Clinton calendars won't be released until after election

She continued the offensive on the Republican candidate saying Donald Trump's beliefs and policies are bigoted.

In contrast, critics say many of Trump's attacks on Clinton look like gender bias. The video also shows Clinton's former Democratic rival, Bernie Sanders, denouncing the phrase as "a racist term".

That's what this is about, this has nothing to do with Republicans coming on board to the Clinton campaign, or secretly wanting to go vote for her.

Donald Trump is meeting with Latino supporters in Las Vegas to discuss a push to win the battleground state of Nevada.

Still, he was unclear on what would happen to the 11 million undocumented immigrants already here.

In his speech, Trump said he would seek to institute a tracking system to ensure illegal immigrants who overstay their visas are quickly removed, and would propose an e-verify system to prevent the illegal community from gaining access to welfare and other benefits. The State Department should start on next September 13 to release almost 15.000 additional emails that came to light during the investigation conducted by the FBI. The same period also saw new revelations of pay-to-play corruption while Clinton was at the State Department.

Bannon told the magazine Mother Jones during the Republican National Convention last month that the website was "the platform for the alt-right", a brand of USA political conservatism associated with white nationalism. The Associated Press' lawyers asked the department late Friday to hasten its efforts and provide all of her minute-by-minute schedules by October 15. The agency did not immediately respond.

Former President Bill Clinton said last week that if Hillary Clinton is elected president, the foundation will no longer accept foreign or corporate donations. Her level of support has varied between 41 and 45 percent during that period, and her lead over Trump in the tracking poll peaked this month at 12 percentage points on Tuesday.

"The work has been not only transformational, it has really been in line with American interests and values", she said in an interview with MSNBC's "Morning Joe". Her physician has said the former secretary of state has no serious issues. "The fact of the matter is just because you are loud and just because you are walking louder than me don't make you right", Burns said. "I believe my aides also acted appropriately". "The country has some very, very serious problems", he said.

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

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

The State Department now says it doesn't expect to publicly produce all the detailed daily schedules showing meetings by Clinton covering her time as secretary of state before Election Day.

Joining guest host Eric Bolling were Trump supporter Horace Cooper, and Clinton supporter Leo Terrell. "I'm not saying I like it or agree with it, but what you see is what you get".

The appearance followed a press release earlier in the day that called on Clinton to disavow her ad that attempted to link Trump to the KKK.

"So we've already released, I don't know, 30,000 plus, so what's a few more?" she flippantly told a comedy show.

Exit question via Benjy Sarlin: Did any Republican leaders, starting with Ryan, speak up yesterday in defense of the GOP nominee after he was accused of being in bed with white nationalists? No?

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 U.S., for instance. Click on a pundit's head to see what he or she has said about the election this week.

Richard Cohen, the president of the Southern Poverty Law Center, a nonprofit legal group that specializes in civil-rights litigation, dismissed the idea that Clinton was doing the public a disservice by drawing attention to the alternative-right. However, I think he might be missing the point a little bit on here. Jill Colvin contributed reporting from Washington and Jonathan Lemire from Manchester, New Hampshire.