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  • Paris attack, ISIS and terrorism center stage at the second Democratic debate

    The remaining three Democratic primary candidates went head to head on combating terrorism and foreign policy during the Iowa democratic debate on November 14, 2015. Senator Bernie Sanders, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Governor Martin O'Malley fought over defense spending, who exactly should be fighting ISIS, and the use of the label "radical Islam." (Natalie Fertig/McClatchy)

The remaining three Democratic primary candidates went head to head on combating terrorism and foreign policy during the Iowa democratic debate on November 14, 2015. Senator Bernie Sanders, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Governor Martin O'Malley fought over defense spending, who exactly should be fighting ISIS, and the use of the label "radical Islam." (Natalie Fertig/McClatchy)
The remaining three Democratic primary candidates went head to head on combating terrorism and foreign policy during the Iowa democratic debate on November 14, 2015. Senator Bernie Sanders, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Governor Martin O'Malley fought over defense spending, who exactly should be fighting ISIS, and the use of the label "radical Islam." (Natalie Fertig/McClatchy)

Clinton on the defensive as debate turns to terrorism

November 14, 2015 10:59 PM