While Sanders has mileage and creds on the domestic side (as does Hillary), his foreign policy rests on a far from practical foundation (unlike Hillary's). Questions on his plans for combating ISIS tend to be ignored. If they are answered, the responses rest on theory at best. Hillary does have a plan to defeat ISIS. Her plan has a foundation in her extensive foreign policy experience and history of building coalitions. Jake Sullivan explains the difference in a short video here.
Jake is not alone!Hillary Clinton's Senior Foreign Policy Advisor, Jake Sullivan, responds to @BernieSanders' plans for ISIS and Iran. https://t.co/VHTVJS7DTh— The Briefing (@TheBriefing2016) January 21, 2016
FactsheetsOn Tuesday, 10 former senior U.S. diplomats and national security officials who have served across multiple administrations issued a joint statement raising questions about Senator Bernie Sanders’ proposals for countering ISIS and dealing with Iran:
At last Sunday's debate, Hillary was asked about her relationship with Vladimir Putin. No one else was asked that question. No one else on the stage could answer that question. No one else there has any relationship with him. Also see this.
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“While Senator Sanders tries to make a case on electability based on meaningless polls, Republicans and their super PACs have made clear the candidate they’re actually afraid to face. The Sanders argument falls apart when the GOP spokesman is trying to help him and the Republicans run ads trying to stop Hillary Clinton in the primary. Now he’s taking his cues from them, using a Karl Rove attack to go after her. Both Sanders and the Republicans know that Hillary is the candidate who can take them on and ensure the White House isn’t in Donald Trump or Ted Cruz’s hands.”