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Clinton: Saudi executions will enflame region

“And yet [he] somehow was radicalized, probably online, and was willing to kill massacre 14 Americans and was on his way to killing more people had it not been for the courageous men and women of law enforcement that stopped him”, he said. “It will not stop the criminals”.

Clinton joins other global officials, including the White House, in criticizing the kingdom. Obama will veto the measure, which would repeal the law and cut money for Planned Parenthood. She said the Department of Health and Human Services will develop a rule allowing states to provide this information without running afoul of patient privacy rules.

The longstanding fight over the so-called Obamacare law is expected to continue during January.

LIASSON: So this is a theme that’s been building for months in the GOP race. Trump gets 35% among GOP voters – followed by Cruz at 18%, Rubio at 13%, and Ben Carson at 9%.

MARCO RUBIO: When America needed a bold plan of action from our commander-in-chief, we instead got a lecture on love and tolerance and gun control. “I don’t know if sand can glow in the dark, but we’re going to find out”.

The fantasy football clip is from Rubio’s own campaign.

Like Cruz, Rubio on Monday acknowledged there are limits on protest – especially when the protesters are armed and have taken over government property, as a group of militants have in Oregon.

The other, called “Favorite”, blasts the Jersey Governor for being a faux conservative.

“Clearly [the executions raise] serious questions that we have to raise directly with the Saudi government”, Clinton said on Sunday, also in at a campaign event in New Hampshire, according to CNN’s Dan Merica.

Campaign spokeswoman Samantha Smith also didn’t mention Trump but said the “anger voters are feeling is real and warranted, but it alone is not enough”.

-National security: Christie has been resurgent in New Hampshire based largely on his credentials as a former federal prosecutor. Jeb Bush campaigns in the Granite State… “They talk tough, yet they would strip us of the ability to keep our people safe”. National polls show no erosion in Trump’s double-digit lead over Texas Sen. Ted Cruz stays in Iowa…

His 30-second spot focuses on two of his most controversial proposals: Building a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border and banning Muslims from entering the United States.

“I will not only restore the intelligence programs Obama and Congress have destroyed, I will strengthen them”, Rubio said in his prepared remarks. “Fact is, listen, I stand by my record as governor of New Jersey – it’s a good one”.

It takes numerous veiled shots at the billionaire businessman who dominated the race in late 2015. These times and these challenges demand a grown up to be our candidate.

Rubio nonetheless urged voters in New Hampshire – which prides itself on its record in “picking presidents” – to bring home an election that has until now been marked by chaos.

With polls consistently showing most Americans believe the country is on the wrong track, Christie attributed the pessimism to “weak, failed leadership”, which, he said, “has drained our optimism from us”.

It ends with Trump, at one of his rallies, vowing to “make America great again”.

Christie has been gaining steam in New Hampshire, the state that holds the first primary.

Trump has already aired radio ads in the first three primary states.

Iowa is first in the nation to weigh in on the presidential nominations, with its caucuses on February 1.

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