Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump argued that Democratic presidential candidate and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is “the one that caused so many deaths and everything with her horrible policies on Saturday’s “Fox & Friends” on the Fox News Channel.
Trump said, “She was on one of the shows the other night and she was talking about Donald Trump talks very rough. he may be dangerous. Dangerous? She’s the one that caused so many deaths and everything with her horrible policies. You look at what’s gone on in Libya. You look at — and I’m not just mentioning Benghazi, which was a disaster in itself, but you look at so many of the decisions that she made that were so bad, so horrible, and honestly caused tremendous havoc and tremendous death. So, she’s the one that’s really got to justify her record that’s horrible.”
Trump was also asked about remarks he made the previous night in Iowa that “not a lot of Evangelicals come out of Cuba” while discussing fellow candidate Texas Senator Ted Cruz. Trump said, “Well, it sort of was fun. … And we had a lot of fun. And I think I sort of mean it. A lot of Catholics come out of Cuba, and a lot of great people come out of Cuba, frankly, I know many of them. But I was having a little fun with Ted. We have a little fun together.”
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