Wednesday, 23 December, 2015

Bernie Sanders denounces Donald Trump at Democratic debate

Trump on Clinton: 'She lies like crazy'
Dana Christensen | 22 December, 2015, 20:44

Donald Trump says Hillary Clinton is telling tall tales when it comes to her claim that ISIS is using videos of his anti-Muslim rhetoric to recruit new members.

At the heart of the dispute: Clinton's contention during Saturday night's Democratic debatethat Trump is "becoming ISIS' best recruiter". Hillary Clinton drawing the most fire over what she said about Donald Trump helping recruit terrorists.

Earlier, Trump started to criticize Clinton for not returning to the ABC News debate stage on Saturday night in time, but then said he didn't want to talk more about it because it was "disgusting". She lies like insane about everything, whether it's strips where she was being gunned down in a helicopter or an airplane, she's a liar and everybody knows that.

Clinton desperately hopes she can run against Trump, Fiorina said, because "I will reveal to the American people again and again the 'Clinton way'". In this case, while I don't agree with Trump's idea, I don't think he has anything to do with being a part of a recruiting video.

Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders said in a television interview that the Democratic National Committee deliberately scheduled debates at times when viewership would be low in an effort to "protect" the party's front-runner, Hillary Clinton.

"Thank you, and may the force be with you", Clinton said in her closing words.

"There are very few analysts who have watched all of IS s videos", said counterterrorism analyst Daveed Gartenstein-Ross. The answer is that all of the Mexicans, they're criminals and rapists, we've got to hate the Mexicans. Bill Curry, political columnist at and former White House counselor to President Clinton, argues that the DNC is deliberately blocking debate and that chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz should resign as a result. Within the piece, Katz stated of terror groups, "They follow each one thing Donald Trump states".

Slamming Mr. Trump for his anti-Muslim rhetoric including his call to temporarily ban Muslimsfrom entering the U.S., 68-year-old Ms. Clinton said the first line of defence against radicalisation is in Musli--American community.

The "flowers and china" moment drew wide attention on social media - including criticism of the moderators for moving away from foreign and domestic policy issues to ask the question. "It was a sound bite".

"After discussion with the DNC, it became clear that some of our staffers irresponsibly accessed some of the data from another campaign", Sanders' campaign manager Jeff Weaver said.