A Donald Trump campaign sign is seen at a Trump rally at Millington Regional Jetport on February 27, 2016 in Millington, Tennessee. AFP / Michael B. Thomas
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Donald Trump is displaying a spotty memory about his past views on foreign policy. Just as he claimed to have loudly opposed the Iraq invasion before it happened, which he didn't, Trump claimed in the latest Republican presidential debate that he never called for U.S. intervention in Libya, which he did.THE FACTS: He actually argued on numerous occasions that the U.S. should intervene to stop a humanitarian disaster in Libya. He said the U.S. would have a "major black eye" if it didn't take out Moammar Gadhafi, the autocratic leader.In a February 2011 video captured on BuzzFeed not long before the U.S. and NATO stepped in, he said, "Gadhafi in Libya is killing thousands of people, nobody knows how bad it is.Hispanics have gained 5 million jobs under Obama, a 25 percent increase since 2009 .Cruz exaggerates when calling it the Obama-Clinton economy.Fox dropped it when denouncing Trump's plans for the wall.
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