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Donald Trump Declares War On Bernie Sanders With ISIS-Themed Attack Ad

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Donald Trump Declares War On Bernie Sanders With ISIS-Themed Attack Ad

The Democratic debate was on Tuesday in Las Vegas, and while the candidates may have said some misleading things, many people hailed the candidates for their strong stance on climate change and putting corporate greed front and center. But, not Donald Trump. While some thought Bernie Sanders defending Hillary Clinton over her so-called "Emailgate" helped him "win the debate on Twitter," The Donald didn't see it that way.

Here's what Trump had to say:

In case you don't believe that the attack ad mentioned in the video by MSNBC actually exists, here it is straight from Donald Trump's Instagram:

We need a strong leader- and fast!

A video posted by Donald J. Trump (@realdonaldtrump) on

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