Hillary Clinton: I will get us out of Iraq

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April 27, 2007 05:08

 
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Democratic presidential hopefuls flashed their anti-war credentials and heaped criticism on President George W. Bush's Iraq policy in an early first debate of the 2008 campaign. "If this president does not get us out of Iraq, when I am president, I will," pledged Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton of New York. But Clinton found herself on the receiving end of criticism moments later when former North Carolina Sen. John Edwards said she or anyone else who voted to authorize the war should "search their conscience." Edwards, in the Senate at the time, also cast his vote for the invasion, but he has since apologized for it.

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