The Clinton's are the real predators...https://t.co/Fr0gFtZVVz— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 26, 2016
In the wake of Clinton's speech on the "alt-right," Trump disavows any knowledge of their activities; even of their existence.
"Nobody even knows what it is, and she didn't know what it was. This is a term that was just given," Trump said when CNN's Anderson Cooper asked if he embraces the alt-right. "There is no alt-right or alt-left. All that I'm embracing is common sense."
The alt-right, however, begs to differ. That HuffPo article has several quotes from alt-right "leaders" claiming Clinton's speech means they are now mainstream, or at least recognized by the mainstream.
The #AltRightMeans we are the right wing now!— Richard B. Spencer (@RichardBSpencer) August 25, 2016
If I were Trump, I'd disavow them, too. Then again, the alt-right thinks what they are promoting is just common sense.This is how alt-right American Renaissance defines the alt-right, from their statement in response to Clinton speech pic.twitter.com/hOy65O383b— Kasie Hunt (@kasie) August 25, 2016