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Hillary Clinton hits back at 'extremist ' Farage


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Hillary Clinton has accused Nigel Farage of capitalising on a "rising tide of hardline, right-wing nationalism" to secure a Leave vote in the referendum on Britain's membership of the European Union.

Addressing a crowd in Nevada, the Democrat nominee attacked the outgoing UKIP leader for sharing a platform with Donald Trump in Mississippi earlier this week.

Describing him as "one of Britain's most prominent right wing leaders," she said Mr Farage had "stoked anti-immigrant sentiments to win the referendum."

She said, "Farage has called for a bar on the children of legal immigrants from public schools and health services, has said women are, and I quote, ‘worth less’ than men and supports scrapping laws that prevent employers from discriminating based on race. That's who Donald Trump wants by his side when he is addressing an audience of American voters."

Speaking to Breitbart London, Mr Farage dismissed Ms Clinton's claims, saying that she "couldn't accept Brexit" and suggesting that she should "spend more time speaking to normal, working people in her country than trying to attack me using dodgy half quotes.”

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