Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks to guests during a rally at Macomb Community College on March 4, 2016 in Warren, Michigan. Voters in Michigan will go to the polls March 8 for the State's primary. Scott Olson/Getty Images/AFP
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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump softened his stance on torture on Friday, saying he would not order the U.S. military to break international laws on how to treat terrorism suspects, the Wall Street Journal reported.In a Republican presidential debate on Thursday night, Trump indicated he might order the U.S. military to break the law on interrogation tactics including waterboarding.Waterboarding is the practice of pouring water over someone's face to mimic drowning as an interrogation tactic.
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