Hillary Clinton wants Minnesota as model for fighting domestic terror recruitment
Hillary Clinton cited efforts already underway in Minnesota as an example of how to fight domestic recruitment of terrorists, using a Minneapolis speech on Tuesday to call for a stepped-up effort but one that respects people of different backgrounds.
“We cannot let fear push us into reckless actions that end up making us less safe,” Clinton said in a 45-minute speech at the University of Minnesota. Her campaign billed the speech as a major address on counterterrorism and preventing the radicalization of U.S. citizens into global jihad. “Americans are going to have to act with both courage and clarity.”