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Clinton and Trump lack a plan for Iraq other than more war

Neither Clinton nor Trump have a long-term plan for Iraq or the middle east that doesn't involve war. Clinton wants to destroy ISIS, but doesn't offer any reason other than ISIS must be destroyed. Israel/Palestine, although it helps drive the religiously motivated violence in the region, doesn't even register for either candidate.
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