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Clinton, Johnson, Stein, Trump: 2016 Presidential Candidates On Security And Economy

As the world awaits the next WikiLeaks whistleblower dump of much-coveted truth before voters must decide among the crop of 2016 presidential candidates who may succeed Barack Obama, it seems appropriate to focus on their publicly stated positions regarding two major issues: security and economy. On Security What do the 2016 presidential candidates Clinton, Johnson,... Read more » Clinton
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