Republican hopeful Donald Trump said yesterday he will not order the U.S. military to break any international laws.
He made this comment reversing his former statement where he said that he would order the U.S. military to kill families of Muslim terrorists and institute interrogation techniques worse than waterboarding.
Then he went on to say during a Fox News debate that, ‘They (the U.S. military) won’t refuse me. They are not going to refuse me. If I say do it, they’re going to do it.’
Now, the Republican frontrunner, weighing the gravity behind his statement, said that he will not order the U.S. military to break any international laws.
"I will not order a military officer to disobey the law. It is clear that as president I will be bound by laws just like all Americans and I will meet those responsibilities," he told foreign media.