Clinton: US should disengage from Iraq by 2008

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January 28, 2007 23:23

 
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US presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton said Sunday that US President George W. Bush should withdraw all US troops from Iraq before he leaves office, saying it would be "the height of irresponsibility" to pass the war along to the next commander in chief. "This was his decision to go to war with an ill-conceived plan and an incompetently executed strategy," the Democratic senator said her in first presidential campaign tour through the early-voting state of Iowa. "We expect him to extricate our country from this before he leaves office" in January 2009, the former first lady said. The White House condemned Clinton's comments as a partisan attack that undermines US soldiers.

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