It should be noted, Clinton only agreed to this after Sanders chided her for not going.

Via Fox News:

Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders battle Monday in a Fox News Channel town hall event in Michigan over the key issue of the auto bailout, while Clinton defended her efforts to end a dictatorship in Libya.

Clinton stood by her decision as secretary of state, as part of the Obama administration, to remove Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi but said she is deeply regretful about the aftermath — largely a state of lawlessness in which the Islamic State has flourished.

“If we had not made that intervention, it would be Syria,” the front-running Clinton said.

She argued that the United States and allies saw more turmoil in “leaving a dictator in place” like Russia has done with Syrian leader Bashar al Assad.

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