Bernie Sanders responded to Hillary Clinton\u0026#039;s foreign policy speech on Thursday with a hit at her credentials, including her involvement in the Iraq War and so-called \u0022regime change\u0022 in Libya.\u0022We need a foreign policy based on building coalitions and making certain that the brave American men and women in our military do not get bogged down in perpetual warfare in the Middle East,\u0022 he said in a statement. \u0022That\u0026#039;s what I will fight for as president.\u0022Earlier Thursday, Clinton gave a speech that laid out her own foreign policy agenda and criticized presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump for his \u0022thin skin\u0022 and \u0022dangerously incoherent\u0022 ideas.\u0022Americans aren\u0026#039;t just electing a president in November, we\u0026#039;re choosing our next commander-in-chief, a person we count on to answer questions of war and peace, life and death,\u0022 Clinton said. \u0022The person the Republicans have nominated for president cannot do the job.\u0022On that point, Sanders agreed.However, he added, Clinton wasn\u0026#039;t much better.\u0022I agree with Secretary Clinton that Donald Trump\u0026#039;s foreign policy ideas are incredibly reckless and irresponsible,\u0022 he said in his statement. \u0022But when it comes to foreign policy, we cannot forget that Secretary Clinton voted for the war in Iraq, the worst foreign policy blunder in modern American history, and that she has been a proponent of regime change, as in Libya, without thinking through the consequences.\u0022His comments fell in line with much of the progressive sector\u0026#039;s response to Clinton\u0026#039;s speech, which included criticism from journalists and policy experts such as Jeet Heer of The New Republic, Glenn Greenwald of The Intercept, and Sam Husseini of the Institute for Public Accuracy.As Jeffrey D. Sachs, director of The Earth Institute and a steadfast critic of Clinton\u0026#039;s hawkish foreign policy record, tweeted after her Thursday speech:Donald Trump is \u0022dangerously incoherent\u0022 says HRC. HRC is dangerously coherent, for war, war, war. The choice is obvious. Bernie.— Jeffrey D. Sachs (@JeffDSachs) June 2, 2016On Friday, the Sanders campaign tweeted out a new campaign video, featuring Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii), titled simply \u0022Judgement.\u0022 Gabbard, still on active duty for the U.S. Army and a veteran of the Iraq War, stresses in the ad that her support for Sanders stems from his proven reluctance to put lives at risk in overseas misadventures. \u0022[Sanders] has foresight,\u0022 she says, \u0022when it comes to making these most critical decisions that affect us all about war or peace.\u0022 Watch:As Common Dreams reported on Thursday, \u0022Pew Research Center surveys have laid bare how Sanders and Clinton supporters differ on foreign policy issues,\u0022 with polls conducted in April and May finding that 66 percent of Clinton\u0026#039;s Democratic supporters believe world problems would be \u0022even worse\u0022 without U.S. intervention, with only 49 percent of Sanders supporters saying the same.