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Video: The Most Brutal Attack Hillary Suffered At The GOP Debate Lasted 22 Seconds

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Sen. Marco Rubio once again shined on the debate stage Thursday night at the sixth matchup between the GOP candidates.

His strongest moment, arguably, was when he listed two reasons why Democrat front-runner Hillary Clinton is not qualified to be president.

Responding to a question by Fox Business moderator Neil Cavuto on national security, Rubio said, “She wouldn’t just be a disaster, Hillary Clinton is disqualified from being commander-in-chief of the United States.”

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Rubio’s reasoning? “Someone who cannot handle intelligence information appropriately cannot be commander-in-chief and someone who lies to the families of those four victims in Benghazi can never be president of the United States. Ever!,” the senator stated, causing the South Carolina audience to erupt in applause. 

Rubio ended his answer by saying what he would do to address the terrorist threat. “When I’m president of the United States, we are going to win this war on ISIS,” he proclaimed. “The most powerful intelligence agency in the world is going to tell us where we are, the most powerful military in the world is going to destroy them. And if we capture any of them alive, they are getting a one-way ticket to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and we are going to find out everything they know.” The crowd again responded with cheers and loud applause. 

Immediately prior to Rubio’s question, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush also delivered another crowd-pleasing moment regarding a potential Hillary Clinton presidency. “Here’s the problem: If she gets elected, she’s under investigation with the FBI right now,” Bush said. “If she gets elected, her first 100 days, instead of setting an agenda, she might be going back and forth between the White House and the courthouse. We need to stop that.”

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h/t: Washington Post

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