Hillary Accuses Trump of 'Bigotry,' 'Playing Coy With White Supremacists'
During a speech to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) this morning in Washington, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton had some strong words for Donald Trump and the "extremist," "intolerant" rhetoric he's using on the campaign trail.
Clinton said that it's common for people to have their differences in a democracy, but the Republican presidential front-runner is taking it so far that it is threatening the moral foundations of our society.
"Encouraging violence, playing coy with white supremacists, calling for 12 million immigrants to be rounded up and deported, demanding that we turn away refugees because of their religion and proposing a ban on all Muslims entering the United States," Clinton said.
"America should be better than this, and I believe it's our responsibility as citizens to say so."
She concluded her speech by evoking the words of Nobel Peace Prize winner Elie Wiesel, who said, "Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim. Silence encourages the tormentor, never the tormented."
"Let us never be neutral or silent in the face of bigotry," Clinton said. "Together, let's defend the shared values that already make America and Israel great."
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