Hillary Clinton speaking Monday at George Washington University in Washington, D.C., where she promised, if she becomes president, "to begin to bring our troops home from Iraq within 60 days" and end the "doctrine of pre-emptive war." Here are her remarks.(.pdf)
Hillary Clinton speaking Monday at George Washington University in Washington, D.C., where she promised, if she becomes president, "to begin to bring our troops home from Iraq within 60 days" and end the "doctrine of pre-emptive war." Here are her remarks.(.pdf) Chuck Kennedy / MCT
Hillary Clinton speaking Monday at George Washington University in Washington, D.C., where she promised, if she becomes president, "to begin to bring our troops home from Iraq within 60 days" and end the "doctrine of pre-emptive war." Here are her remarks.(.pdf) Chuck Kennedy / MCT

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