Trump vows to begin deportations immediately if sworn in

In Jackson, Miss., Trump announced mid-rally that "Hillary Clinton is a bigot". Instead, she went to an Federal Bureau of Investigation office near her NY home for her first national security briefing as a candidate.

House Speaker Paul Ryan, meanwhile, wrote National Intelligence Director James Clapper, saying that many questions remain about how Clinton handled her email and requested she not receive the intelligence overview for the remainder of the campaign.

With November's election nearly here, the polls between Republican nominee for president of the United States Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton should continue to be volatile.

Prior to Trump's briefing, leading Democrats questioned whether the celebrity businessman could responsibly handle receiving sensitive information because of some of his comments, including the suggestion that Russian Federation should attempt to hack Clinton's emails.

More emails came out that raised questions about whom she and her top aides were meeting with while she was secretary of State (ahem, lotsa Clinton Foundation donors).

Clinton, a former secretary of state, has led real estate developer Trump in the poll since Democrats and Republicans ended their national conventions and formally nominated their presidential candidates in July.

Richard Spencer, the president of the white-nationalist National Policy Institute, who is credited with coming up with the name "alt-right", pushed back against claims that the group promotes violence and said in a statement that there was a double standard at play.

Trump had his first briefing earlier this month.

Clinton said the private Clinton Foundation's charitable programs would continue if she's elected, even as Trump and other critics argue they would present a conflict of interest.

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But Clapper rejected Ryan's request, responding that the meetings would be provided on a non-partisan basis. On Friday, he also continued his recent push to broaden his base of support among minority voters, convening a roundtable with Latino backers at his hotel in Las Vegas. On the other hand, he could also upset Republican voters.

"I appreciate the concerns that people have expressed, and that's why I have made it clear that if I'm successful in November we are going to be taking additional steps", she said.

Trump has suggested that minorities have been left behind by Democratic economic policies and hammered the nation's sluggish GDP growth as "a catastrophe".

Campaign officials said Wednesday that Trump planned the August 31 visit to Phoenix, with people close to the campaign touting it as a policy speech to outline his immigration policy.

Whether or not he continues to soften his stance on illegal immigration remains to be seen, but he could attract more potential voters by doing so.

He also repeated his promise to build a wall on the Mexican border and said that if he wins the election, he will "stop illegal immigrants from accessing welfare and entitlements".

Lerer reported from Hartford, Connecticut.

For the alternative-right leaders, the attention from the Democratic presidential nominee was a moment in the political spotlight that offered a new level of credibility.

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