Hillary Clinton continued to attack Breitbart News by name Thursday in a speech that saw her accusing GOP nominee Donald Trump of peddling bigotry and paranoia.

"Donald Trump has built his campaign on prejudice and paranoia," she said. "He is taking hate groups mainstream, and helping a radical fringe take over the Republican Party. His disregard for the values that make our country great is profoundly dangerous."

Trump has a "long history of racial discrimination," she said, adding he also traffics in "dark conspiracy theories" of the sort one would read in a cheap tabloid.

"He is reinforcing harmful stereotypes, and offering a dog whistle to his most hateful supporters as a disturbing preview of what kind of president he'd be," Clinton said.

As part of her drawn-out attack on the GOP nominee Thursday, Clinton also took aim at Breitbart News, the site formerly run by the Trump campaign's current chief executive Steve Bannon.

Bannon was brought on by the Trump campaign as part of the group's second staff facelift in two months.

"The latest shake-up was designed to – quote – 'Let Trump be Trump,'" Clinton said Thursday. "To do that, he hired Stephen Bannon."

The Democratic candidate then rattled off a series of Breitbart headlines designed to raise eyebrows, including "Birth Control Makes Women Unattractive and Crazy," "Would You Rather Your Child Had Feminism or Cancer," "Gabby Giffords: The Gun Control Movement's Human Shield" and "Hoist It High And Proud: The Confederate Flag Proclaims A Glorious Heritage."

The last headline, Clinton noted, "came shortly after the Charleston massacre, when Democrats and Republicans alike were doing everything they could to heal racial divides. Breitbart tried to enflame them further."

"Bannon has nasty things to say about pretty much everyone," she said.

Breitbart News has in recent months supported and promoted Trump's campaign, leaving few surprised when it was announced last week that Bannon would step down temporarily from the site to head the GOP nominee's election efforts.

"The de facto merger between Breitbart and the Trump campaign represents a landmark achievement for the 'alt-right,'" Clinton warned Thursday, referring to a nationalist group that busies itself mostly with white identify politics. "A fringe element has effectively taken over the Republican Party.

Bannon declared proudly this year in an interview with Mother Jones, "We're the platform for the alt-right."

Clinton's remarks Thursday come as part of a larger strategy to tie some of Breitbart's more controversial elements to the Trump campaign.

On Aug. 17, for example, the Clinton campaign posted a lengthy blog post highlighting an assortment of eyebrow-raising Breitbart headlines, including "New Evidence From His Doctors Shows Hitler Was Gay" and "Bill Kristol: Republican Spoiler, Renegade Jew."

Clinton is being aided by the Democratic National Committee in her efforts to make Trump synonymous with Breitbart.

The DNC released an ad Tuesday that also highlighted the web group's headlines.

"By hiring Bannon, Trump is doubling down on bigoted rhetoric," the ad said.

"This divisive attitude has no place being in the White House," one actor in the spot said, while the other added, "You can help make sure it isn't."