Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton accuses rival Donald Trump of embracing a brand of U.S. political conservatism associated with white nationalism and nativism at a rally in Reno, Nevada. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
BROADCASTER: NO ACCESS. DIGITAL: NO ACCESS AUSTRALIA BROADCASTER WEBSITES. NO ACCESS ABC AMERICA, FOX, UNIVISION, TELEMUNDO, BBC AMERICA, NBC, OR THEIR DIGITAL/MOBILE PLATFORMS. U.S. DIGITAL CLIENTS MAY USE UP TO 10 MINUTES OF RESTRICTED POOL VIDEO PER DAY PER EVENT. U.S. DIGITAL CLIENTS - NO SINGLE STORY MAY CONTAIN MORE THAN FIVE MINUTES OF RESTRICTED POOL MATERIAL/U.S. DIGITAL CLIENTS - CLIPS MUST NOT BE USED AS STANDALONE PIECES, BUT MUST INCLUDE CLIENTS' OWN EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTIONS SUCH AS AUDIO, COMMENTARY, SUBTITLES/FOR NEWS PURPOSES ONLY**~ ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Democrat Hillary Clinton accused Donald Trump of embracing a brand of U.S. political conservatism associated with white nationalism and nativism during a Nevada campaign stop on Thursday (August 25). She cited Trump's decision to bring on Breitbart News executive Steve Bannon as his new campaign chief as a sign Trump is strengthening his ties to the alternative right movement. During Bannon's tenure, Breitbart News increased its coverage of alt-right issues, and Bannon told the magazine Mother Jones during the Republican National Convention last month that the website was "the platform for the alt-right". The term "alt-right" is used to describe a faction of political conservatives that have used the Internet in recent months to advance views of white supremacism, anti-Semitism and nativism. "The de facto merger between Breitbart and the Trump campaign represents a landmark achievement for this group, a fringe element that has effectively taken over the Republican Party," Clinton said. She also criticized Trump's decision to have Nigel Farage campaign for him in Mississippi on Wednesday. Clinton said Farage, a key figure in the successful campaign to get Britain out of the European Union, had "stoked anti-immigrant sentiments to win the referendum."