Hillary is a liar
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I look forward to this debate.
If you use any of my arguments in your next speech, the round automatically goes to me.
First of all, I would like to address one of your quotes: "My opponent clearly does not understand that the country is going through a lot of hell," which makes little sense because I have not said anything about what the country is going through. You accuse me of not understanding something, although you have little or no evidence. In essence, you are slandering just because I am your opponent and chose a different side than you. Could you please state your evidence in your next speech?
I would also like to ask my opponent for the name of the terrorist attack in which 4 Americans died, and why Hillary Clinton is at fault for this incident. Also, why does this make her a liar? In case I am not mistaken, I believe that the terrorist incident that you are talking about is referring to Benghazi. According to the Senate Intelligence of the United States, Benghazi could not have been prevented. "There were no US military resources in position to intervene in short order in Benghazi to help defend the Temporary Mission Facility and its Annex." Hillary Clinton did not have the ability to prevent this incident, nor did anybody else. Once again, you slander without evidence.
Thank you for your time and consideration, judges and debater.
Alexhawkins998 forfeited this round.
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Vote Placed by lannan13 1 year ago
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