Clinton slams Trump for comments on descent opposite Islamic State


MANCHESTER, N.H./ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. U.S. Democratic presidential claimant Hillary Clinton slammed opposition Donald Trump on Monday for observant that a week-old bid to retake a Iraqi city of Mosul from a control of Islamic State was going badly.

“He’s fundamentally dogmatic improved before a conflict has even started,” Clinton pronounced during a discuss eventuality in New Hampshire. “He’s proof to a universe what it means to have an utter commander in chief.”

In a twitter on Sunday, Trump, a Republican hopeful for a Nov. 8 election, pronounced a “attack on Mosul is branch out to be a sum disaster. We gave them months of notice. U.S. is looking so dumb.”

Iraqi and Kurdish forces, corroborated by a United States, have mounted a outrageous conflict on a area surrounding a city, a final building of Islamic State army in Iraq. They have retaken about 80 Islamic State-held villages and towns given a descent was launched on Oct. 16, though have nonetheless to pierce on a city itself.

Trump reiterated his position during a convene on Monday in St. Augustine, Florida, where he also urged supporters to opinion early and announced his discuss forward of Clinton’s.

“So now we’re bogged down in Mosul. The rivalry is many worse than they thought. They’ve had a lot of time to get ready,” Trump said. “It’s a horrible, terrible conditions that’s going on. Why did we have to tell them we’re going in?”

The operation could final weeks, or even months. Islamic State on Monday mounted counterattacks opposite a nation opposite a Iraqi army and Kurdish forces, perplexing to inhibit courtesy divided from a Mosul campaign.

Trump suggested final week during a final 2016 presidential discuss that a U.S.-backed conflict on Mosul was orchestrated to assistance Clinton in her White House bid.

With only over dual weeks to go until a U.S. election, Clinton, President Barack Obama’s first-term secretary of state, is forward of a New York businessman in inhabitant opinion polls. Both possibilities have been focusing on a tiny set of domestic pitch states that could confirm a contest.

Seeking to concrete a far-reaching advantage she binds with women voters, Clinton enlisted a assistance of firebrand U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, who bloody Trump over allegations that he attempted to examine or lick several women but their agree over a 20-year span.

“He thinks since he has a swig of Tic Tacs that he can force himself on any women within groping distance,” Warren told a rough throng of 4,000 during St. Anselm College in Manchester. “Well, I’ve got news for you, Donald Trump. Women have had it with guys like you.”


At slightest 10 women have pronounced Trump done neglected passionate advances, including groping or kissing, in incidents from a early 1980s to 2007, according to reports in several news outlets. Trump has denied a women’s allegations, job them “totally and positively false” and earnest on Saturday that he would sue his accusers.

Warren’s discuss of Tic Tac packet candies referred to a impulse in a 2005 video that flush progressing this month in that Trump was listened braggadocio about groping and kissing women.

Warren also referenced Trump job Clinton “a nasty woman” during final week’s debate, a word that fast hold glow on amicable media, sparking hashtags and T-shirts.

“Get this, Donald, nasty women are tough,” Warren said. “Nasty women are smart. And nasty women vote. And on Nov. 8 we nasty women are gonna impetus a nasty feet to expel a nasty votes to get we out of a lives forever.”

Clinton praised Warren for holding a quarrel to Trump. “She gets underneath his (Trump’s) skinny skin like nobody else,” a claimant said.

At an eventuality for farmers in Boynton Beach, Florida, progressing in a day, Trump doubtful mixed inhabitant and state polls that uncover him lagging Clinton and indicted a media of distorting check formula to daunt his supporters from voting.

“I trust we’re indeed winning,” Trump said.

Just a day before, Trump’s discuss manager, Kellyanne Conway, concurred that a claimant was trailing in a race, observant in a TV interview, “We are behind.”

According to a Reuters/Ipsos States of a Nation project, that surveys a opinion in bridgehead states, Clinton leads Trump in many of a states that Trump would need to win to have a possibility of aggregation a smallest 270 Electoral College votes indispensable to constraint a White House.

According to a survey, she had a improved than 95 percent possibility of winning, had a choosing been hold final week. The mostly expected outcome would be 326 votes for Clinton to 212 for Trump. The Electoral College votes paint a total of wins from a states.

(Reporting by Luciana Lopez in New Hampshire and Steve Holland in Florida; Writing by James Oliphant and Jeff Mason; Editing by Frances Kerry and Jonathan Oatis)


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