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Wednesday, 16 December 2015 - 15:24
Republican candidates clash over how to counter IS
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Republican presidential candidates sparred over national security issues and how best to counter the so-called Islamic State in the first debate since attacks in California and Paris.

A major fault line has formed between those favouring more surveillance and those concerned about civil liberties.

Front runner Donald Trump has been on the defensive, with Jeb Bush calling him a "chaos candidate".

Donald Trump speaking about he’s proposed ban on Muslims entering the US said that they are not talking about isolation, they are talking about security, and that they are not talking about religion, instead, they are talking about security.

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