Hillary Clinton put the Republicans back in her crosshairs Wednesday as she dismissed Ted Cruz and Donald Trump's solutions to ISIS in a foreign policy speech. Meanwhile, Bernie Sanders called long wait times for voters in Arizona's primary a 'disgrace.'
Published: 2021-04-15 07:18 am
Clinton targets Trump and Cruz in foreign policy speech

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