GOP White House prospects clash on foreign policy

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush speaks to the U.S. Cuba Democracy PAC's 11th Annual Luncheon in Coral Gables, Fla., Tuesday, Dec. 2, 2014. The presidential contest that's starting to take shape is exposing divisions among likely Republican candidates on the nation's role in global affairs. Among those outlining foreign policy this week: Bush, Rand Paul, Ted Cruz and Bobby Jindal, as well as the party's 2008 presidential nominee, Sen. John McCain. (AP Photo/J Pat Carter)WASHINGTON (AP) — An intensifying foreign policy debate is exposing new divisions among the Republican Party’s most ambitious leaders, with high stakes for the 2016 presidential contest and, potentially, the nation’s role in global affairs.

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