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we are at war with radical Islamic terrorism we must lead the world to me this threat the horrific attacks in Paris now fourteen twenty sixteen contenders for the white house to put up a fight against Islamic state at the heart of their campaigns Democratic Front runner Hillary Clinton rolling out her own planet speech in New York Thursday like president Obama I do not believe that we should again have a hundred thousand American troops into combat in the Middle East local people and nation after secure their own community , we can help them and we should but we cannot substitute for them reporter general wanted on the story what we're seeing now as a result of the terrorist attack that national security rising at an issue when voters my , and no candidates trying to exploit that more than former Florida governor Jeb bush , who are basically seizing the moment and trying to use that to revive his flagging presidential candidacy bush using a previously scheduled speech at that Citadelle Wednesday to rule out his own plan for defeating isis while airpower indispensable it cannot bring the results we think , the United States , in conjunction with our NATO allies and more Arab partners , Republican front runner Donald Trump not union his method at all and so far that seems to be working for him truck has been calling for more aggressive bombing campaign in Iraq and here pretty much at the beginning of the campaign and a Reuters poll found that voters crushed trunk more than any other Republican candidate to handle terrorism and his neck in neck and in terms of national security with the Democratic Front runner Hillary Clinton not since the aftermath of nine eleven has national security played a bigger role and with Islamic state threatening peristyle attacks in the U. S.