Clinton Criticizes Trump in New Hampshire

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On Tuesday evening, Hillary Clinton denounced Republican Donald Trump’s recent comments that as president he would ban Muslims from entering the United States. During a town hall event in Salem, New Hampshire, Clinton said his comments provide propaganda opportunities for ISIS and other extremists. She said, “We’re dealing with a party at danger of losing its way, of undermining the values that we have stood for. Go back and read what George Washington said about how we must resist bigotry. Read about what religious freedom means, how our Constitution enshrines it.”

During the event, Clinton covered a number of topics of her platform, but she focused on the impact of drug abuse. New Hampshire has been hit hard by substance abuse issues, and Clinton has held two town halls in the state focusing on substance abuse and the required treatment. Clinton will be back in New Hampshire in a few weeks for the next Democratic Debate being held on December 19. A full video from the event is below.

Today, Clinton has scheduled two town halls and a private fundraiser in Iowa. For all the latest, follow our Scheduled Events page and follow Clinton on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

News Source: WMUR, The Washington Post

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