Transcript for Clinton Campaign Doubles Down After Experts Question Claim About ISIS Videos Using Trump
campaign. We're back now with Jennifer Palmieri. The Clinton campaign communications director of the Clinton campaign. We have to begin with secretary Clinton giving it to the republican candidates last night. Your response to Donald Trump this morning? You know, Donald Trump I think was talking -- what secretary Clinton was saying last night, one of the many dangerous things about Donald Trump is that his hot rhetoric saying we shouldn't allow Muslim refugees is being used -- an international group that monitors social media on Isis -- But there have been no videos. What they have said, they're using him, he's being used in social media by Isis as propaganda. Don't have a particular video in mind but he's being used in social media. What they haven't found is a video that you know Mr. Trump keeps talking about this alleged mystery video of thousands of people in New Jersey cheering the collapse of the world trade center. It's true he's being used in social media by Isis. But to be fair you don't have a video -- To help recruiting. I'm not referring to a specific video. But he is being used in social media by Isis. An international group, they monitor Isis on social media. They monitor other terrorist groups on social media to see what they are using. And they say they are using him as propaganda to help recruit supporters. How about comments by Christie? We're finally where we need to be on Isis. So, she wasn't saying where we need to be on Isis. In the last three weeks, she's given two major foreign policy speeches. How to defeat Isis globally and how to protect the homeland. She was very clear last night that we have to defeat Isis. What she was referring to, we're in a much better position to deal with Syria and the political transition that we hope to see there from the U.N. Security council voting on Friday. To start a new process on political transition there. That's what she's referring to. And that's a really important development there. We're able to have that process go forward in Syria. You got to do both things at once, deal with what's happening on the ground in Syria and come together on a peace process as well as combat Isis on the ground. The data breach issue, is it over? Senator sanders was gracious, I thought Hillary was gracious, she appreciated the apology. It's a serious matter, though, what happened. It's a very serious matter. We're glad that there's going to be an independent audit of it. But I don't think we should discount what happened here. They went in, took data, they tried to save it. It's proprietary data. Stuff that our volunteers and our campaign worked very hard to create. You're sure the Clinton campaign didn't do the same thing? Yes, we're absolutely sure. A time where everyone, the network was open but it was clear that neither campaign did anything to try to breach that. We never did that. On the issue of taxes last night, secretary clinton said, as a pledge, no tax increases under $250,000. When she was on my program a couple of two weeks ago, that was her goal. She said we don't need -- this is not at the expense of a robust agenda to help the middle class. She has a very robust agenda. But she has other ways of paying for it. He outlined it last week. You don't need to do it by raising taxes on the middle class. Test Text1 underline
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