The candidate in US presidents from Democratic party Hillary Clinton during the second televised debate with Republican candidate Donald trump
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Hillary Clinton during a debate with Donald trump lashed out at Russia over its actions in Syria. She called them “deliberate attempts to destroy Aleppo” and urged to investigate these “war crimes”
The candidate in US presidents from Democratic party Hillary Clinton during the second televised debate with Republican candidate Donald trump has accused Russia of trying “to destroy Aleppo”.
It also encouraged “to investigate war crimes Russia and the Syrian regime”, stressing that it would oppose Russian President Vladimir Putin on a post of the President. She added that advocates the establishment of no-fly zones, and also pointed to the need “to put pressure on Russia” and work with “partners on the ground”
According to Clinton, Russia “put all” on Syria and wants to see Donald trump President of the United States. In this regard, according to her, the Kremlin is trying to influence the election in the United States.
Trump in turn has denied any connection with Russia, saying that he knows nothing about Russia and has no ties. At the same time, he expressed the hope that he will be able to join forces in the fight against “Islamic state” (LIH, an organization banned in Russia).
Speaking about the actions of Moscow and Damascus in Syria, trump said, “I don’t like Assad [Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad]. But Assad is fighting ISIS, Russia and fighting ISIS, Iran fighting ISIS”.
The current debate was the second between trump and Clinton in their race for the U.S. presidency. The first took place in late September. The CNN poll then showed that the victory in the first debate was won by Clinton.