Thursday, September 8, 2016

Hillary Clinton states that ISIS is rooting for Tump

http://www.cnn.com/2016/09/08/politics/hillary-clinton-isis-donald-trump/index.html


Summary:
During her interview on an Israeli news channel Hillary Clinton said that ISIS is, "rooting for Donald Trump". Hillary addressed ISIS spokespeople rooting for Donald Trump because he has made Islam and Muslims part of his campaign. Before a day of campaigning in North Carolina and Missouri in a news conference, Hillary stuck to her comment and said ISIS hopes that Trump will win because "It would give even more motivation to every Jihadi". Hillary thinks Trumps presidency would be a gift to ISIS but this weeks 2016 presidential campaign focuses on National Security so the two have been going back and fourth on each others inability to run the country. Hillary has spent days knocking Trumps ability to be chief.

Connection: 
This article connects to the two presidential nominees Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. If Donald Trump becomes president then ISIS will have more support from Jihadis. If Hillary Clinton wins then ISIS will stay the same as it is until its taken care of. The two determine the role of ISIS in the near future.

Discussion:
If Donald Trump does win do you think ISIS will have even more support than what is has now? If he doesn't win then what will become of ISIS? Should we trust Hillary? Hillary has proven herself to be a liar and a thief and thus cant be trusted.

12 comments:

  1. Although Hillary Clinton has maybe proven herself as displeasing, trump on the other hand isn't trustworthy with this situation at all. Trump has proven himself racist with hatred. In my opinion Hillary is more trustworthy wth the situation of ISIS.

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    1. I agree that even though Hillary is displeasing Trump isn't trustworthy at all. Trumps hatred will only continue to motivate ISIS.

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  2. I think neither candidate either encourages or diminishes ISIS' presence. Unless either candidate decides to get rid of the oil industry, which is how ISIS gets their money, ISIS is too big for them to eradicate. On the other hand, both of them have talked about different ways of getting rid of ISIS, so I do not think they will be encouraged to step their game up no matter who is in office.

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  3. If Donald Trump wins, ISIS will certainly be more motivated against the United States because hate and attention is what ISIS survives on. If Trump were to lose, then ISIS would just continue as the same terrorist group we have been seeing in recent news. If we give ISIS attention, more future members are encouraged to join resulting in more terrorist attacks.

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  4. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have both made statements that prove themselves to be untrustworthy. It is hard to say if Hillary is telling the truth or not, and determining what will really happen with ISIS is hard because sometimes political figures say what they feel will get them more votes. If Donald Trump does become president, ISIS will not necessarily get more attention though it is possible.

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  5. I agree with Joseph, ISIS does thrive on hatred and people hate Donald Trump for being racist, and not the greatest type of leader. I also agree with Natalie, Hillary could have just got this information by a rumor and she is using it to make her look better and take down Trump in the process.

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  6. I think we shouldn't trust Hillary because her credibility is very low. Additionally if Trump does become president I think ISIS would be a bigger threat because then they probably wouldn't take us seriously. Even if he doesn't win though, ISIS regardless would be a threat to our society.

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  7. If Trump wins the election, Trumps stance on Muslims and followers of Islam may push some of the followers support Isis, and broaden their influence in America. Trump is playing a dangerous game with his racial comments. However, Hilliary may be exaggerating, and it is probably not wise to listen exclusively to what she says. She will be better than Trump thought.

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  8. I agree with what Ryan had to say about Hillary. I think that what she said may have been more exaggerated than what it actually is. I do not think either candidates are for or against the acts of ISIS, which can conclude that neither of them will support or act on them until they decide to do so in the future, depending on who wins the election.

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  9. I agree with Anna and Ryan about this news article. Trump and Hilary show no real connection to the terrorist organization. These statements are most likely exaggerated to gain a better support for the upcoming Presidential Election.

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  10. While I do not trust Hillary, I would much rather have her for president than Trump. However, much like some other people who have commented, I don't think either candidate has any real ties to ISIS. Also, I really don't think Trump's winning would give ISIS more support.

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  11. I agree with sophia, Anna, and Ryan. I do not think that Hillary nor Trump know enough about the terrorist organization to connect to it. I think they are just talking about this topic to help them become President.

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