Trump demands apology from Clinton on debate quip

2015-12-21 20:33
Hillary Clinton speaks during the Democratic presidential primary debate in Manchester. (Jim Cole, AP)

Hillary Clinton speaks during the Democratic presidential primary debate in Manchester. (Jim Cole, AP)

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Washington - Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump says he wants an apology from Hillary Clinton for saying that the Islamic State group used videos of his comments about Muslims to recruit militants.

Trump told NBC's Today show on Monday that "she lies about everything".

He said: "You're talking about people dying. You're talking about making up tapes and videos which don't exist."

During the Democratic debate on Saturday, Clinton said that Trump had become the Islamic State's "best recruiter" and that "they are going to people showing videos of Donald Trump insulting Islam and Muslims in order to recruit more radical jihadists".

There was no evidence to back the claim, and a spokespersonn later said "she didn't have a particular video in mind".

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