Hillary Clinton went in on Donald Trump in a speech she delivered in Reno, Nevada on Thursday.
The former secretary of state focused on the "alt-right" and the intolerance that's characterized much of Trump's presidential campaign.
Clinton focused heavily on how hate groups have embraced Trump and the fact the real estate mogul doesn't seem to have a problem with this.
Clinton also attacked Trump for hiring Stephen Bannon, the head of the conservative website Breitbart, as his campaign CEO.
Unsurprisingly, Trump was pretty unhappy about Clinton's speech and immediately took to Twitter to express his feelings.
But one of the more interesting responses came from American Renaissance, a white nationalist magazine and website run by the New Century Foundation.
As The Southern Poverty Law Center describes it,
The founder, Jared Taylor, who also edits American Renaissance, has said things like,
This is how American Renaissance responded to Clinton's speech.
So, yeah, it basically responded to a speech on racism with racism.
There are still 74 days until the general election. It's going to be a long 74 days.