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On Saturday night in Philadelphia, Hillary Clinton focused her attention on lambasting one Republican who she said "doesn't have the courage to stand up" against bullies and shouldn't win at the ballot box on election Day.
Hillary Clinton says in a statement that she's "appalled" that the National Guard has ordered nearly 10,000 soldiers to repay enlistment bonuses a decade after signing up to serve in Iraq and Afghanistan. The Democratic presidential nominee says it's ...
Hillary Clinton says in a statement that she's "appalled" that the National Guard has ordered nearly 10,000 soldiers to repay enlistment bonuses a decade after signing up to serve in Iraq and Afghanistan. The Democratic presidential nominee says it's ...
The positions Clinton has usually espoused, whether on Afghanistan, Iraq or Libya, have generally gravitated towards the use of military force.
US presidential candidate Donald Trump's words that the Mosul operation in Iraq is aimed to help his rival Hillary Clinton win the election are not groundless. A military victory in Iraq could bolster the Democrats' positions before the November vote ...
A VOTE for Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump, the Clinton campaign has suggested in broad ways and subtle ones, isn't just a vote for a Democrat over a Republican: It's a vote for safety over risk, steady competence over boastful recklessness ...
The father of a Gold Star solider slain in the Iraq war features in a new campaign advert for Hillary Clinton, questioning Donald Trump's stance on American Muslims.
Unlike Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton was a sitting United States Senator who voted for the war in Iraq. By that vote in 2003, she bears some responsibility for our involvement.
... Trump said he never supported the invasion of Iraq and Hillary Clinton told Americans to Google "Donald Trump Iraq." Hillary Clinton revealed that Donald Trump continued to give the impression that he never supported the Iraqi war to score ...
At the third and final presidential debate Wednesday, claims from both candidates on issues outside of U.S. borders were once again flying around as they sought to land their verbal blows at their last face-to-face meeting before the vote on November 8.
Donald Trump's record on the Iraq war took a prominent role during a contentious exchange with Hillary Clinton regarding Mosul during the third and final presidential debate in Las Vegas.
At Wednesday night's presidential debate, Donald Trump repeated the claim that Hillary Clinton "gave us" the Islamic State, also known as ISIS.
She pointed to Donald J. Trump's previous support of the war. Then she urged voters to fact-check her assertion for themselves.
"Agree but there may be opportunities as the Iraqi piece improves," Clinton wrote back. The message also reveals that the U.S.
Kurdish forces reported success in their opening salvos of a vast operation to retake the Iraqi city of Mosul from the Islamic State.
Then-U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks about human rights during a event co-hosted by the Department of State, and Gays and Lesbians in Foreign ...
Trump said "We must abandon the failed policy of nation building and regime change that Hillary Clinton pushed in Iraq, Libya, Egypt and Syria." True. But instead of expecting the U.S. to defeat "the barbarians of ISIS," as he called for in his speech ...
With Iraqi forces on the ground doing the bleeding and dying, the American public does not consider the Iraq issue urgent, despite anxieties about the group known as Isis, Isil or Daesh featuring significantly in the 2016 election.
It is fortunate for Saudi Arabia and Qatar that the furore over the sexual antics of Donald Trump is preventing much attention being given to the latest batch of leaked emails to and from Hillary Clinton. ... But in the leaked memo, which says that it ...
In fact, her proclivity for promiscuous war-making has attracted the support of leading neoconservatives, including some architects of the disastrous Iraq war, which as Senator she voted to authorize. Some otherwise obscure Neocons even have appeared ...
... campaign, Donald J. Trump is suddenly embracing an unlikely ally: The document-spilling group Wikileaks, which Republicans denounced when it published classified State Department cables and Pentagon secrets about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan ...
"Agree but there may be opportunities as the Iraqi piece improves," Clinton wrote back. The message also reveals that the U.S.
Perhaps the most damaging blow that landed on Clinton, though, was one she threw herself when she was asked about how she would handle the volatile situation in Syria and Iraq. So, what's Hillary Clinton's solution to our problems with Syria, Iraq and ...
A spokesman for Hillary Clinton had a strong reaction to Donald Trump's comments at Sunday night's presidential debate on Captain Humayun Khan, the Muslim-American soldier who was killed in Iraq. Jesse Lehrich, Clinton's foreign policy spokesperson, ...
Trump's Democratic opponent, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, vowed not to use American ground forces in Syria.
Trump was on the record as supportive of the Iraq war as early as a month before Congress voted to authorize military force in Iraq and even soon after the invasion. He didn't express his outright opposition to the war until more than a year later, in ...
She's arguing that the thousands of US troops who are on the ground in Iraq to train and advise Iraqi and Kurdish forces aren't technically ground combat troops, even though they're deployed to an active war zone, regularly exchange fire with enemy ...
Last night, Mike Pence brought up the fact that ISIS exists because Hillary Clinton (and President Obama) failed to "renegotiate" the status of forces agreement (SOFA) in Iraq. The media fact checkers have done their best to prove Pence wrong. Kaine ...
Republican candidate Donald Trump has furiously denied the notion of having ever supported the war in Iraq, though the person he once told otherwise begs to differ.
If a U.S.-backed coalition drives the Islamic State from Mosul, Iraq, before the U.S. elections, the victory could boost Hillary Clinton's campaign and undercut Donald Trump's criticisms, writes Joe Lauria. By Joe Lauria. The liberation of Mosul ahead ...
In the first presidential debate of the 2016 general election, Donald Trump blamed Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama for the rise of the Islamic State.
The GOP presidential nominee has repeatedly said he opposed the Iraq war from before its launch, drawing a sharp contrast with his Democratic challenger, Hillary Clinton, who voted to authorize the war as a senator in 2002. But the Stern interview, in ...
On MSNBC's 'All in with Chris Hayes' on Tuesday, Donald Trump supporter and GOP Congressman Michael Burgess slammed Hillary Clinton's Senate vote in favor of the Iraq war and said that she should admit that she made a mistake. Seconds later, the ...
What Clinton said: "Donald supported the invasion of Iraq," Clinton claimed during the debate. "Wrong. Wrong. Wrong," was Trump's emphatic reply, as he claimed he did not express support for the 2003 U.S.
The two vice presidential candidates unsurprisingly saw their running mates as debate winners. Democrat Tim Kaine says Donald Trump "looked like he was running out of gas" and Republican Mike Pence accused Hillary Clinton of launching "an avalanche ...
As the debate moved to foreign policy, Trump failed to hit Clinton's main vulnerability, her hawkishness, by repeatedly lying about his own position on the Iraq war. "I did not support the war in Iraq," he said. Tape of him saying he did support it in ...
Donald Trump's habit of peddling hype and fabrication emerged unabated in the first presidential debate while Hillary Clinton played it cautiously in her statements, though not without error. They both denied ... I was against the war in Iraq." THE ...
In a lengthy exchange with moderator Lester Holt, Trump repeatedly insisted -- falsely -- that he opposed the Iraq war. And he continued to claim that Clinton was involved in spreading the "birther" conspiracy theory that shot him to political prominence.
Since winning the nomination, he's repeatedly attacked Hillary Clinton for supporting the war. And he again insisted that he opposed the invasion during Monday's presidential debate.
Chinese students watch live broadcasting of the U.S. presidential debate between Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, at a cafe in Beijing, Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016. (AP Photo/Andy Wong).
During the first presidential debate of the 2016 general election, Republican nominee Donald Trump - in making his case that Hillary Clinton's approach to fighting ISIS would not work - made the claim that she has been fighting ISIS her entire adult ...
Hillary Clinton was born in 1947 and is 68 years old. She reached adulthood in 1965. The Islamic State group grew out of an al-Qaida spinoff, Al-Qaida In Iraq in 2013, the year Clinton left the State Department. TRUMP: "My father gave me a small loan ...
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump accused Hillary Clinton of fomenting ISIS's rise by pulling US troops out of Iraq, a deal that was struck before she became Secretary of State. "Well, President Obama and Secretary Clinton, created a ...
The debate came just one day after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held court in New York City with both candidates. News reports highlighted Hillary Clinton's promise to block any anti-Israeli resolutions at the United Nations and Donald ...
JOHN ANGELILLO/UPI/NewscomHillary Clinton argued at tonight's presidential debate that the decision to end the war in Iraq and completely withdraw U.S. troops from the country was made by George W. Bush, and not Barack Obama, in response to ...


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