USA: Kasich slams Clinton over Libya at CPAC

Sean Hannity, Fox News host (English): "Why aren't they doing it on their own?"
John Kasich, Republican presidential candidate (English): "Because they wont Sean, they won't."
Ohio Governor and Republican presidential candidate John Kasich spoke at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Centre in Washington D.C., Friday.
During his address Kasich slammed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton over her time as US secretary of state. "The United States should never involve itself in a civil war, and we also really fouled up this thing in Libya where we withdrew Gaddafi and now ISIS is there. Hillary was behind it. I mean, when you think about Hillary's time as the secretary of state, I mean the whole world started doubting America, now she wants to be the commander-in-chief. Give me a break," Kasich said.
Discussing his policy towards the so-called Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS, ISIL), Kasich said: "We've got to go in the air, on the ground and we have to destroy ISIS, plain and simple. Win it, destroy them, settle it down and come home. Let them over there draw the map, don't be policemen of the world."
At one point during his speech, Kasich commented on how he would deal with Russian President Vladimir Putin. "When I am president and I sit across the chair or the table from Vladimir Putin, when he looks into my eyes all the way to my soul, you know what he'll see? A freedom fighter. That's what Putin will see," he told attendees at the conference.