(The Washington Post)
Politics
Trump on waterboarding: 'We have to be in some cases pretty vicious'
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump lamented that "we can't do waterboarding, it's far too tough," while talking about the fight against the Islamic State on Oct. 31. "We have to be in some cases pretty vicious," he said.
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