Hillary Clinton Hammers Donald Trump For 'Throwing His Lot In With' Putin

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"Nobody said it was going to be on Russian TV".

"You actually have to know what you are talking about and you actually have to have done your homework".

Clinton began walking away after concluding the press conference, but pivoted and returned to the podium after one reporter asked her to react to Trump's interview.

"Hillary Clinton answered email questions differently last night than she has in the past", he said. We saw more evidence that he is temperamentally unfit and totally unqualified to be commander in chief.

At an NBC forum on Wednesday night, Clinton pointed to a September 2002 interview Trump gave to radio host Howard Stern to say that Trump had supported the war. "It's a very different system and I don't happen to like the system, but certainly, in that system, he's been a leader, far more than our president has been a leader". "I think it's inarguable that Vladimir Putin has been a stronger leader in his country than Barack Obama has been in this country", the Indiana Governor replied.

Clinton characterized these comments as "unpatriotic" Thursday morning.

Clinton blasted Trump for appearing on the network and praising Putin.

Mr. Trump's admiration for Mr. Putin has been open, and has been based, among other things, a purported statement by the Russian President that he considered Mr. Trump a brilliant leader.

Obama reacted to Trump on Thursday from Laos.

"I think it's probably unlikely", he said.

Donald Trump on Thursday once again sought to convince the public that he opposed the Iraq War by pointing to statements he made after the USA had already invaded the country.

Another moment that stirred up controversy was when Trump stood by a 2013 tweet in which he seemed to suggest military sexual assault is simply expected if women choose to serve. "They try to keep it to the facts of the intelligence gathering they've put together".

Clinton was viewed as more likely to change her political positions, with 51 percent of voters saying she is more likely to flip-flop, compared to 42 percent who believed Trump was more likely to switch positions.

Hillary Clinton shook her head in disbelief when asked what she thought about Donald Trump agreeing to do an interview that was broadcast on Russian state television. Clinton said. "I'm not sure anything surprises us any more". "I don't understand the reasons for it".

In the end, perhaps the best way to cover Donald Trump is the old-fashioned way: Just report what he says.