The Hillary Clinton campaign on Tuesday night criticized Donald Trump's comments about Saddam Hussein, calling out the Republican presidential candidate's tendency to praise "brutal strongmen."
"Donald Trump's praise for brutal strongmen seemingly knows no bounds. He has applauded the strength China showed in the Tiananmen Square massacre, offered admiration for Kim Jong Un's murderous consolidation of power in North Korea, and consistently lavished praise on Vladimir Putin," Jake Sullivan, a senior policy adviser to Clinton, said in a statement. "Tonight, Trump yet again lauded Saddam Hussein as a great killer of terrorists, noting with approval that he never bothered to read anyone their rights."
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