Transcript for Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton Exchange Attacks
Engulfed in charges about race. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump accuse each other of bigotry overnight. A ten point lead for Clinton in a poll overnight. Jon Karl has the latest. Reporter: Good morning, George. Hillary Clinton used her only public appearance this week to launch a blistering indictment of Donald Trump, painting him as part of a fringe political -- a political fringe. Overnight on CNN, Donald Trump tried to explain his explosive claim that Hillary Clinton is a bigot. Her policies are bigoted because she knows they're not going to work. You're saying she's personally bigoted. She is. Of course she is. Her policies. Hatred is at the core of that? Or maybe she's lazy. Reporter: Clinton is now firing back. More and more it seem as though his real message seems to be make America hate again. Reporter: Clinton says trump is spreading prejudice and promoting white supremacists online. Like the user who goes by the name white genocide tm. Trump took this fringe bigot with a few dozen followers and spread his message to 11 million people. Reporter: Trump told our new Hampshire affiliate he doesn't want white supremacists to vote for him. No, I don't at all. Not at all. This is not about hate. This is about love. Reporter: Trump is taking heat from conservatives for backing away from his vow to deport millions of undocumented immigrants. Who wants those people thrown out? I do! Reporter: Ann Coulter told ABC news whoever advised trump to soften his position on imfwrags should be fired. I'm trying to encourage Donald Trump to dump whoever the moron is. Reporter: Trump seems unclear on his position on deportation. 11 million who is not committed crimes. There is path to legalization, right? You know it's a process. You can't take 11 at one time and say, boom, you're gone. Reporter: Clinton taking aim at the head of the trump campaign, the former head of breitbart.com. Breitbart embraces people on the extremist fringe. Reporter: There may be more turmoil ahead for the trump campaign CEO. With reports he faced a domestic violence charge in 1996. After the kind of attack Hillary Clinton leveled at Donald Trump yesterday, you might expect republican leaders would leap to the defense of their party's nominee. As of now, they've been largely silent. No notable tweets or statements from leading republicans defending trump from the alarming charges made by Hillary Clinton.
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