President Obama came as close as he’s ever come to using the words “radical Islamic terror” as he addressed the San Bernardino tragedy.
The President cautioned that we need to know all the facts before laying the blame on global terror networks.
It was universally panned by Republican presidential hopefuls, who accuse him of backing out of an all-out attack on ISIS.
Donald Trump is leading the way. With his poll numbers rising, he has positioned himself as the toughest on terror.
Trump argued for racial profiling, restoring the Patriot Act, and bringing back waterboarding, a tactic the Red Cross calls torture.
Trump even took it a step further to target the families of terrorists.
The heated rhetoric was not exclusive to the front runner.
Republican voters said they are afraid, and the man most say they want protecting them is Donald Trump.
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