2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Donald Trump (R) Republican Candidate
I'm beating her in many polls, and I haven't started with her yet. Only once. Four weeks ago, she said something about me being sexist. Remember? And I'll tell you, the press treated me very unfairly. Because right after she said that, I attacked her, and Bill. And Bill. We talked about the word, we came up with the word, "enabler"...do you know what enabler is?...And we talked about Bill, and I said you mean to tell me I'm bad, but her husband is okay. Maybe one of the worst in the history of politics."
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4. SOUNDBITE (English) Donald Trump, (R) Republican Candidate:
"And you are going to feel so proud of your country again, you're not going to be embarrased with Sgt. Bergdahl, we get Bergdahl, right, we get a dirty rotten traitor, six people, five people, probably six people died trying to find him. So we get Bergdahl and they get five of the biggest killers that they have been coveting, and they have wanted for years."
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6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Donald Trump (R) Republican Candidate
"And as far as the waterboarding is concerned. We have to stay within the laws, we have to stay within the laws. Hey who here thinks that ISIS who chops off heads, who drowns people in a cage. Who here thinks that ISIS stays within the laws.
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8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Donald Trump (R) Republican Candidate
We're going to have those laws broadened because we're playing with two sets of rules. Their rules and our rules. And those laws are going to be broadened. It's embar
9. Protesters being ejected from rally +++PHYSICAL FORCE USED+++
Appearing at raucous Florida rally, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump called Hillory Clinton "an enabler," labeled released POW Bowe Bergdahl "a dirty rotten traitor" and told the crowd he wants to loosen the laws against torture.
Trump said we are playing with two sets of rules -- their rules and our rules."
Trump adds, "We're going to stay within the law, but we're going to increase it."
He had previously advocated killing the wives and children of violent Islamic extremists, as well as bringing back waterboarding, a practice discontinued by the Obama administration.
Trump said this week in a statement that he would "use every legal power ... to stop these terrorist enemies," but he vowed not to order military or other officials to violate international law.
Trump this week appeared to reverse his stance on the use of torture after he was criticized by top Republican national security experts.
He also called Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl "a dirty rotten traitor."
Attorneys for Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl have asked Donald Trump for a meeting to determine whether to seek a deposition or call him as a witness at a hearing.
Bergdahl's attorney, Army Lt. Col. Franklin Rosenblatt, asks the presidential contender in a Saturday-dated letter for an interview to discuss his comments about Bergdahl.
The letter sent to Trump's New York office says the interview could determine whether they'll seek a deposition or have him as a witness.
Defense attorney Eugene Fidell told The Associated Press via email that Trump's comments about Bergdahl could affect his right to a fair trial.
Bergdahl, who walked off a post in Afghanistan in 2009, faces charges of desertion and misbehavior before the enemy. A summer trial is tentatively scheduled.
Trump's campaign didn't immediately respond to an email seeking comment.
He delivered his speech the same day early voting began statewide in Florida. GOP voters have already mailed in more than 457,000 absentee ballots.
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