Education was the focus of a policy speech in Ohio by GOP nominee Donald Trump, but it wasn't the only target of his criticism.
FOX's Gurnal Scott reports:
In Cleveland, Donald Trump said inner city youth are languishing in failing schools and as president he wants to give them a new educational opportunity:
(Trump) "The civil right to attend the school of their choice."
He says public, private and charter schools should be in play for all parents who want a better education for their kids. But as Trump talked schools, he disputed Hillary Clinton's assertion that he supported the Iraq war:
(Trump) "Three months before the Iraq war started, I said in an interview with Neil Cavuto that perhaps we shouldn't be doing it yet."
There are accounts that Trump did not oppose the Iraq war until after it started in 2003.
Gurnal Scott, FOX News.