Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton was widely criticized Saturday night after she claimed during Saturday's Democratic debate that the Islamic State uses videos of Donald Trump to recruit new militants.
Hillary said at debate ISIS is "going to people showing videos in order to recruit more radical jihadistst." She made up story-want apology!— Donald J. Trump (@Donald J. Trump)1450698478.0
I demand an apology from Hillary Clinton for the disgusting story she made up about me for purposes of the debate. There never was a video.— Donald J. Trump (@Donald J. Trump)1450698664.0
However, as fate would have it, a new Islamic State recruitment video surfaced on the web. In it, several American leaders are shown, but nowhere is Trump found.
But one person who Clinton is very, very close to was shown: her husband, former President Bill Clinton.
The video, titled "No Respite," was released in November. While fact-checkers found no evidence of Trump in any Islamic State propaganda video, for now, Clinton's claim is hitting a little too close to home for comfort.
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