Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump questions Hillary Clinton's judgment during a speech at the Value Voters Summit in Washington, DC. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, "is unfit to be our President," in an address to the Values Voter Summit on Friday. He criticized Clinton for saying that she would not put boots on the ground saying, "Can you imagine these people saying...there will be no boots on the ground," Trump said. "I fully understand it, don't say it." "I hate to say this because we have a lot of evangelicals in this room, maybe we shouldn't be so honest when it comes to military strategy," he said. "I hope I didn't lose your vote for saying that." He said Clinton has brought, "Only war, destruction and death." He said Clinton's polices helped create "power vacuums that are filled by terrorists and groups like ISIS." He said, "My Administration, on the other hand, will work with any country that is willing to partner with us to defeat ISIS....and by the way that includes Russia," he said. He also said "Unfortunately for our country, our enemies probably hacked into Hillary Clinton's emails."