WASHINGTON (AP) The Latest on the presidential race ahead of Thursday’s GOP debate and the March 15 primaries (all times local): 9:55 p.m. John Kasich is defending the majority of Muslims as being different than those who join radical terrorists groups – something rival Donald Trump is refusing to do. Kasich, who described ”radical Islam” as the greatest threat to the United States today, said at Thursday’s Republican debate that many Muslims ”can’t believe the stuff they see out of people who have distorted their faith.” He’s arguing for working with countries like Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Turkey to fight against the Islamic State. Kasich says the United States must bring the ”civilized world” together to speak with one voice. — 9:50 p.m. Marco Rubio and Donald Trump are tangling over the proper United States posture toward followers of Islam. Trump is defending comments in a CNN interview where he said there is tremendous ”hate” for the United States among Muslims. Trump said Thursday: ”You can say what you want. You can be politically correct if you want. We have a serious problem with hate.” Rubio countered: ”I’m not interested in being politically correct. I’m interested in being correct.”… Read full this story
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