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'Wouldn't it be nice if we attacked first?': Donald Trump floats military strategy ideas

Donald Trump suggested that an "attack first" strategy might be best when confronting America's enemies. During a town hall event in Sandown, New Hampshire, on Friday, the Republican presidential candidate expressed contempt for Hillary Clinton's plan to fight terror groups like ISIS. Clinton, the Democratic nominee, has proposed supply line disruptions and increased airstrikes to drive ISIS militants out of key areas of Iraq and Syria.
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