Islamic Terrorism: Republicans Denounce Clinton-Obama Policy
The Republican National Committee (RNC) has supported its candidates who are openly voicing their concerns about the radical Islamic terrorism.
In a statement issued Tuesday at the conclusion of the presidential primary debate in Las Vegas, Nevada, RNC chairman Reince Priebus said it’s clear from the debate that our Republican field understands the threats we face from radical Islamic terrorism and that we must change course from the failed Clinton-Obama foreign policy to destroy it.
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“As President Obama’s Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton was chief architect of an agenda that has left our country facing a more chaotic world and our homeland at a greater risk of attack,” Priebus said.
Supporting the Republican candidates, the RNC statement said that the party’s candidates understand that we must defeat radical Islamic terrorism, while Hillary Clinton refuses to acknowledge we’re at war with ISIS or even call the enemy by its name.
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“The fundamental differences between our exceptionally qualified candidates and the Democrat field couldn’t be more clear, which is why the American people will elect a Republican president next November,” Priebus said in the statement.