Democratic Presidential hopefuls tip-toed around the issue of confronting "radical Islam" in Saturday night's debate.
FOX's Jon Decker has more from Des Moines, Iowa:
All three Democratic hopefuls refused to use the words "radical Islam" during Saturday night's CBS debate here in Des Moines.
Front-runner Hillary Clinton was asked directly about using the description.
(Clinton) "I don't think we're at war with Islam. I don't think we're at war with all Muslims. I think we're at war with Jihadists."
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders stood by his claim that climate change is America's greatest threat. And Former Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley said that the U.S. must work together with our allies to defeat ISIS.
Jon Decker, FOX News.