Hillary Clinton will deliver a major foreign policy address on Thursday morning in New York City in the wake of the Islamic State attacks on Paris, trying to carve out her own views without alienating President Barack Obama's supporters.
The former secretary of state will outline "her strategy for defeating ISIS and eliminating the immediate threats it poses, as well as her plan for combatting radical jihadism more broadly," according to her campaign.
She will also "lay out her vision for the role American leadership must play in supporting our allies, protecting our homeland, and forging a safer world."
Clinton, the Democratic candidate with the most foreign policy experience, struggled to articulate a definite strategy against the terrorist group during the party's second presidential debate. Her speech on Thursday will clarify her position and attempt to demonstrate her strength on national security.Read more on WashingtonExaminer.com