Terrorism and Fears at Home to be Number 1 Topics of Next Democratic Debate

President Obama addressed the nation, stating the challenges of stopping so-called lone wolves being radicalized in the U.S.
1:06 | 12/19/15

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Transcript for Terrorism and Fears at Home to be Number 1 Topics of Next Democratic Debate
hours from now, the candidates will be debating each other. And terror at home the number one issue. Here's president Obama. You have isil trying to encourage or induce somebody that may be prey to this kind of propaganda. And it becomes more difficult to see. And I want to bring in Martha Raddatz, who will be moderating with me tomorrow. And as millions gather for Christmas, they will be talking about terror on the home front. And both of us covered the terror attacks in Paris and San Bernardino. I've been on the front lines of the fight against Isis. Those subjects will come up tomorrow. A lot of questions ready to go. And we hope you'll join us tomorrow in New Hampshire, 8:00 P.M. Eastern, 7:00 P.M. Central, right here on ABC.

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