Should Hillary Clinton apologize for ad tying Donald Trump to the Ku Klux Klan and white supremacists?

  • Should but won't.

    This is just a case of guilt by association. Like it or not, racists can vote. Sure, his policy on illegal immigrants may draw them because, face it, the majority of illegals are minorities. Fact is, Trump has no control over who votes for him or not. It's not like he sought out their votes or contributions.
    On the other hand, Hillary has courted racially biased groups such as BLM. I would also suspect that she is supported by gender bias groups like those of feminists. If were going to assign guilt by association, we could state that Hillary is racist and sexist as well.
    What is more important is is she trustworthy? Given her track record of cheating in the DNC election, her questionable handling of documents, and the e-mails she has deleted. I wouldn't trust her to run a bake sale much less the country.
    Here is an idea. How about we get back to the issues. We have seen Trumps positions on political matters but the only thing I have heard from Hillary is that she intends to keep the course Obama has laid out. If anything, his presidency has lead us down the wrong path and we can't afford to continue down that road.

  • Yes, Hilary Clinton should apologize for an ad that slandered Donald Trump.

    By holding Hilary Clinton responsible for a slanderous ad that tried tying Donald Trump to the Ku Klux Klan and white supremacists, it helps set a standard for all politicians. Clinton by not apologizing also shows her character and it would be in her best interest to show the American people an apologetic side of herself.

  • Yes she should

    Specially when with not much research you can find she is the one with tie to the KKK. A few month ago a California branch raised thousands of dollars for campaign saying and I quote " For the KKK, Clinton is our choice." and before that the KKK grand dragon expressing support for her. And on live TV you can watch her praising a member of the KKK who spent decades promoting their vile and racist messages

  • Trump is controversial, but not blatant racist

    Donald Trump has offended many people with controversial statements about Muslims and immigrants. Many have said these comments reveal a racist side to Donald Trump. However, that is up for debate. Many people of color defend Donald Trump and what he says. He is far from the views of the Ku Klux Klan.

  • Nope, politics is war.

    If Trump can call her the "founder of ISIS," then she can certainly point this little gem out. I do hope though, that Trump is aware that she recieved 20,000 dollars from the Ku Klux Klan for her 2016, and was named as one of it's members as "Our choice for president."


  • Clinton does not owe Trump an apology

    Hillary Clinton does not owe Donald Trump an apology for an ad tying Donald Trump to the Ku Klux Klan and white supremacists. Trump accepted KKK leader David Duke's endorsement. He claimed he didn't know his past, but that has been shown to be false. Therefore, it is fair game.

  • He did that himself

    Donald Trump has been fanning the flames of bigotry and the bigots have responded. David Duke and other supremacists have endorsed him. Hillary Clinton is just pointing out what we all see. He embraced these supremacists during the general election but is now slowly almost reluctantly distancing himself from them but it's too late.

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