Monday, 19 September 2016 14:49
Who's better to combat terror, Trump or Clinton, post-New York, New Jersey attacks
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terror clinton trumpTerrorist Attacks in New Jersey, New York and the ongoing debate--who is better equipt to combat ISIS and Islamic terror, here and abroad? 

Another terror bomb attack, this time in New York City and in New Jersey.  Plus, a knifing in Minnesota.  Trump says he is better to deal with terror and will get tough, will stop the political correctness hampering aggressive terror investigations.and will use profiling.  Clinton claims Trump is helping the terrorist and ISIS by his rhetoric.  Who  would be tougher on terror, Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton?

Clinton offers her experience as Secretary of State, which might cut both ways-- policies contributing to the rise of ISIS vs. knowledge of the region, the players, and the culture. and will use profiling.  Clinton claims Trump is helping the terrorist and ISIS by his rhetoric.  Who  would be tougher on terror, Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton?

Today, Hillary Clinton said that Trump's rhetoric was actually helping ISIS for it is helping them recruit followers.  Trump claims political correctness is hurting our abilities to combat terror and the country needs tighter borders and police tactics such as profiling.

Above is a video speaking about the issue and Donald Trump on Fox News, this morning, addressing the New York, New Jersey attacks. 

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