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Top Democrats on Homeland Security Committees Endorse Clinton's Security Plan

Clinton outlined her counterterrorism strategy at the University of Minnesota on Tuesday. (Stephen Maturen/Getty Images)

The top Democrats on the House and Senate Homeland Security Committees are backing the homeland security strategy Hillary Clinton laid out at a speech at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis on Tuesday.  

Delaware Sen. Thomas R. Carper and Mississippi Rep. Bennie Thompson on Wednesday praised what Clinton called a "360-degree" strategy — a five-part plan to root out domestic radicalization and fight ISIS abroad — and said it would help stop another attack like the one that was carried out in San Bernardino, California, earlier this month.