One of the starkest divides between Donald Trump and his Republican rivals deepened over how best to handle Islamic State terrorists.
Trump stood by his comment that "Islam hates us" and said he would work to change federal laws, including those that ban waterboarding and prevent the military from targeting civilian families of terrorists.
"You can be politically correct if you want. I don't want to be so politically correct," Trump said. "We have serious, serious problems of hate, we have tremendous hate."