Clinton warns against Republican 'bluster and bigotry' on terrorism

Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton stands beneath a banner as she is introduced before addressing the 2015 National Immigrant Integration Conference in New YorkBy Amanda Becker MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (Reuters) – Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton on Tuesday took a swipe at her Republican rivals’ proposals for defeating Islamic State, saying “bluster and bigotry are not credentials for becoming commander in chief.” During a campaign stop in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the former secretary of state also addressed the issue of homegrown terrorist attacks such as the San Bernardino, California massacre that left 14 people dead earlier this month. Clinton spoke just hours before the Republican candidates met in their fifth televised debate on CNN, with combating Islamic State and militant attacks at the top of the agenda.

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