‘Israelis have been living in fear of going about their daily lives – going to the store, to the boardwalk, riding the bus. All of us, including Palestinian leaders, must condemn such violence,” she said.
The debate was the first for the Democratic candidates in five weeks. It came ahead of Tuesday’s primary in New York, a high-stakes contest with a huge cache of delegates at stake.
While Clinton escalated her attacks against rival Bernie Sanders, Republican front-runner Donald Trump complained about a “rigged” nomination process, prompting a fierce defense from party leaders.
“I guarantee that there is no political influence in any investigation conducted by the Justice Department or the FBI, not just in this case but in any case. Period,”
Bernie Sanders had said in 2011,”Panama Free Trade Agreement would make the situation worse.”
GOP establishment figures, worried that Trump will lead Republicans to a broad defeat in November, have banded together to try to stop him.
Pop star Beyonce received a visit from US presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton while filming a music video.
Sanders is turning his attention to his native New York, where Democratic voters will divide up 247 delegates on April 19th.
Clinton has a commanding lead in the delegate race: 1711, including super-delegates who are un-elected by voters, compared to 951 for Sanders.
On Republican side, Trump has 739 delegates, Cruz 425 and Kasich 143. On the Democratic side, Clinton has a delegate lead of 1,208 to Sanders’ 878, based on primaries and caucuses.
Obama made the “unusually candid remarks” during a top Democratic fund raiser in Austin, Texas last week.
A look at the US presidential contenders’ positions on issues that matter to India.
“When we hear a candidate for President call for rounding up 12 million immigrants, banning all Muslims from entering the United States, when he embraces torture, that doesn’t make him strong, it makes him wrong,” Clinton said.
US elections 2016: While Hillary Clinton registered victories in four states, Trump took control of three states
Marco Rubio, the Florida senator who staked his once-promising campaign on winning in his home state, dropped out of the presidential race shortly after the polls closed.