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Clinton is the Democratic front-runner in national polls, but Sanders remains within striking distance against her in Iowa, which holds its caucuses on February 1. “Hillary Clinton created ISIS with Obama, created with Obama”.

Sanders responded that he disagreed with Trump on many issues, from global warming to raising the minimum wage, before adding, “Maybe Trump should worry about those issues rather than Bill Clinton’s sex life”. “She has caused tremendous death with incompetent decisions”, Trump said.

Policies of President Barack Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton “created ISIS”, Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump has said. “And let’s pay a whole lot more attention to who we are and how do we protect our people here in the United States”.

He said Clinton is “pandering to women” and that he has more respect for them than she does.

‘I’ve heard it from the press and I will not comment on it, ‘ Clinton said of being blamed for his wife’s defeat during an interview with Good Morning America in August 2008, after the Clintons and Obamas had seemingly made nice.

Another sign of his success has been big turnouts at rallies and town meetings in Iowa and New Hampshire and other states.

Meanwhile, Trump continued with his anti-Clinton tirade. It’s out there. So yes, deal with it. But you know, we can also says it’s an old issue, this election is about the future…

In an election cycle that has been anything but conventional, Clinton is running a textbook campaign, methodically laying out her proposals from what she would do about ISIS and terrorism, down to her views on GMO’s (genetically modified organisms in our food).

Hillary Clinton said that it is O.K.to ban Muslims from Israel by building a WALL, but not O.K.to do so in the U.S. We must be vigilant!”

True to form, however, Trump immediately pushed back, warning Clinton to “be careful as you play the war-on-women or women-being-degraded card”. “He’s dead wrong when he thinks the climate change is a hoax when the entire-virtually the entire scientific community thinks it’s the great environmental crisis”, Sanders said.

According to a Reuters/Ipsos survey that ended on December 24, Clinton leads the Democratic pack with 60 percent of possible support in the nominating contest.

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