Brussels attacks could scramble U.S. presidential race
March 22, 2016 - Uncategorized
WASHINGTON — The series of deadly terrorist attacks that struck Brussels on Tuesday have the potential to reshape the U.S. presidential race, placing a new emphasis on issues of national security and foreign policy as a result of the tragedy.
The Tuesday attacks in Brussels killed more than two dozen people at the city’s airport and at a subway station, and wounded more than 100 people. The attacks also occurred as voters in Arizona and Utah were set to head to the polls and Idaho Democrats were headed to caucuses.
Since the start of campaign season, the world has been struck by several terror attacks, including the attacks that killed 130 people in and around Paris on Nov. 13 and the December shooting that killed 14 people in California. Read more…