Hillary Clinton has made some surprising comments about Donald Trump in a debate that was broadcast live and in its entirety on the web.
Here’s what she said, in full:I am not a scientist.
I’m not a psychologist.
I have no experience in this field.
I think the way to respond to this is to ask, What does science tell us about these issues?
And I will tell you that science tells us that we need to address climate change.
And I have never been a supporter of fracking.
I was a supporter when I was in the Senate, and now I’m a supporter.
And as a matter of fact, I will not be attending the debate because of what’s happening to the environment.
I think it’s important for us to understand that we are not at war with the planet, we’re not at a point where we’re going to have to take on the climate crisis.
We have the technology to do so.
And then the second question was, Can we afford it?
I think that we can afford it.
And I think it depends on how you pay for it.
But I will say this, that I think we are going to be able to make a deal, and I think I am going to get elected, I think my supporters are going be excited about that.
And what I’m going to do is I’m taking on this huge, massive multinational corporation and I am making it very clear that we’re the only people in the world that are going have the resources to solve this crisis.
And the third question was on foreign policy.
She said, I have a record of working with a lot of countries, and when it comes to Iran, I do not think it should get a nuclear weapon.
So I will oppose that.
And then she said she has not yet decided if she’s going to attend the debate, and it’s going be her decision.
I have been working with my allies in the Middle East, I’m working with Israel, I’ve been working for years, and my message is, if you want to have peace, and you want peace, you have to come to the table and negotiate.
And that’s what we’re doing.
I mean, it’s really easy to get into a position of negotiating when you’re sitting at home in Washington, D.C., and nobody is negotiating with you.
So it depends how you’re going about it.
But I will make it clear that, at this point, I want to be the leader of the free world, not the leader that’s going around trying to take us down the road to war.
So, I believe we have a choice to make, to work with the rest of the world to make sure that the rest are working for peace, not war.
And so, I’ll be working with other countries.
And when it’s time, I look forward to the debate.