Should the U.S. government bring back waterboarding? Trump says, "I love it. I think it’s great.” America’s use of waterboarding has been widely debated since the famous “torture report” of 2014. C.I.A.’s interrogation were exposed as both brutal and extensive. Torture is prohibited internationally under a U.N. treaty, and Obama banned the use of waterboarding back in 2009. Now, GOP presidential candidates want to make the practice legal again, and expand interrogation techniques to include other forms of torture. What do you think? Should waterboarding be legal in the U.S.? Or should America move on once and for all?