For a moment last week, it seemed that leading US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump had declared war on law itself.
Then something shocking happened. Trump retracted (or, in political-speak, almost “apologized,” though he did not use those words) for statements he made about how he would fight terrorism.
During last Thursday’s Republican debate, he said that he would order the US military to kill terrorists’ families.
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