Giuliani says Clinton is unclear about Iraq, Iran policies

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October 7, 2007 04:27

 
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Republican Rudy Giuliani says Democratic presidential front-runner Sen. Hillary Clinton has not stated clear goals for dealing with the Iraq war and Iran's nuclear ambitions. The Clinton campaign disputed the accusation. Based on Clinton's answers in recent debates, Giuliani said during a town hall meeting Saturday that he cannot figure out her position on Iran. "We're dealing with a level of ambiguity that I don't believe is a good sign in a would-be commander in chief in a time of war," said Giuliani, the former New York mayor who has positioned himself as the one Republican able to thwart another Clinton presidency. In a debate late last month, Clinton refused to say whether she would pull all US troops out of Iraq by 2013, what would be the end of her first presidential term. "It is very difficult to know what we're going to be inheriting," she said.

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