After Paris, Republicans hit refugee plan and Clinton stance

Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Clinton and former U.S. President Clinton greet supporters at the Central Iowa Democrats Fall Barbecue in Ames, IowaBy Erin McPike WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The deadly attacks in Paris pushed terrorism and the Syrian refugee crisis to the center of the U.S presidential campaign on Sunday, as Republicans hammered Obama administration plans to take in more refugees as well as Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton’s stance on Middle East policy. After officials said one of the Paris gunmen might have slipped into Europe among refugees fleeing Syria’s war, more Republicans voiced their opposition to the 10,000 Syrian refugees the White House wants to admit in the coming year.

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