<img src="http://i.imgur.com/UfVGtTr.jpg" width='250px' alt='Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton reacts to a reporter's question as she finishes speaking to members of the media before boarding her campaign plane at Westchester County Airport in White Plains, N.Y., on Thursday. medical officer interview(Andrew Harnik / Associated Press)’ align=’left’ /> Now that is not just unpatriotic and insulting to the people of our country as well as to our commander in chief, it is scary. Clinton also dinged Trump for his discussion of what he has been told during intelligence briefings, which he receives as the GOP nominee. During the forum, Trump said the briefers had intimated that Obama and others did not follow the advice of the experts an impression Trump said he gathered in part from the body language of his briefers. I think what he said was totally inappropriate and undisciplined, Clinton said Thursday. As he often does, Trump took to Twitter in response: Hillary just gave a disastrous news conference on the tarmac to make up for poor performance last night. His running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, also came to Trumps defense during a television interview. I think its inarguable that Vladimir Putin has been a stronger leader in his country than Barack Obama has been in this country, Pence told CNN. And thats going to change the day that Donald Trump becomes president of the United States of America. Meanwhile, some members of the media were caught in the middle. Lauer was widely panned Thursday by journalists and political strategists, who said he should have been better prepared to challenge the candidates on misleading claims they made during the Wednesday night forum, which was held at the Intrepid Air & Space Museum in New York. The criticism elevates the stakes for the moderators of the presidential debates the first of which will be held in three weeks to prepare for their performances in front of millions of live viewers watching on their television screens.
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And what is your plan to end wasteful war campaigns in which our peers, servicewomen and men, continue to be killed and wounded? CLINTON: Well, I assume youre talking about Iraq, because of my vote, and you probably are talking about Libya, because of the role that I played in the administrations decision about whether to take on Gadhafi. CLINTON: But before I get to that, let me say very clearly: I view force as a last resort, not a first choice. I will do everything in my power to make sure that our men and women in the military are fully prepared for any challenge that they may have to face on our behalf. http://ryancoopertoday.denaliinstitute.org/2016/09/03/further-guidelines-for-effortless-strategies-for-specialist-traineeBut I will also be as careful as I can in making the most significant decisions any president and commander-in-chief can make about sending our men and women into harms way. With respect to Libya, again, theres no difference between my opponent and myself. Hes on record extensively supporting intervention in Libya, when Gadhafi was threatening to massacre his population. I put together a coalition that included NATO, included the Arab League, and we were able to save lives. We did not lose a single American in that action. And I think taking that action was the right decision. Not taking it, and permitting there to be an ongoing civil war in Libya, would have been as dangerous and threatening as what we are now seeing in Syria.
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