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In a speech that was ostensibly about foreign policy given this afternoon in San Diego, Hillary Clinton’s main point of focus was not on America’s allies and enemies abroad, but her own enemy at home, Donald Trump. “Donald Trump’s ideas aren’t just different, they are dangerously incoherent,” she told the crowd. “They’re not even really ideas—just a series of bizarre rants, personal feuds and outright lies.”

She also said that her opponent is “temperamentally unfit” to be president, and that “doesn’t understand America or the world.”

The speech also touched on Clinton’s own “smart and principled” approach to foreign policy, and her own experience as secretary of state, but her pitch, at its heart, was, “Can you imagine what the other guy might do?”

Voters interested in the specifics of Clinton’s approach to diplomacy and war might look at her own history of hawkishness, and that of her advisors, or look at her plan to defeat ISIS. Step one of that plan: Defeat ISIS.