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Trump Tells Columbus Audience He'll Bring Back Waterboarding If Elected

Ohio Public Radio

Donald Trump is back on the campaign trail after a major rally in Columbus. The Republican presidential front-runner spoke to an estimated ten thousand supporters last night at the Greater Columbus Convention Center, touting his rising poll numbers and his hard-line stance on immigration. Trump said he wants the U.S. to engage in more aggressive interrogation techniques on terrorism suspects, and said he'd bring back waterboarding. Not everyone in attendance was there to hear the presidential hopeful. Some hecklers and protesters were tossed out of the hall. More than one hundred protestors also held a demonstration outside of the hall. The rally was Trump's first in Kasich's home state

Jim has been with WCBE since 1996. Before that he worked as a reporter at another Columbus radio station, and for three newspapers in Southwest Florida.
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