In this Aug. 10, 2016, photo, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally in Abingdon, Va. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's characterization of U.S. President Barack Obama and Democratic rival Hillary Clinton as "co-founders" of Daesh (ISIS) drew swift rebuke Thursday as "false" and "unhinged".Weary Republicans who see the New York real estate mogul as spending too much time fighting within his own party have called on Trump to refocus his campaign message on Clinton. But for those still uncertain about whether Trump has the discipline to stick to an attack against Clinton, the latest comments were concerning.Some Republicans see a small silver lining in Trump talking more about Clinton.Trump has previously criticized Clinton for supporting the Iraq War in 2003 while she was a U.S. senator.Now, Trump is arguing that in trying to end the war and withdrawing U.S. troops in 2011, Clinton, who was secretary of state at the time, and Obama created Daesh.Clinton's campaign called Trump's statement "false".Clinton posted on the social media website Twitter that Trump's comments are disqualifying.
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