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Iraq: Withdrawal Lite

LinkTV, Video, Jamal Dajani Posted: Feb 27, 2009

Editor's Note: President Barack Obama has announced his plan to withdraw most US troops from Iraq by August 2010. The move will reduce troop levels from the current 142,000 to some 35,000 to 50,000 by that time. During his campaign for the White House, then candidate Obama had said he would completely pull out troops within 16 months of taking the top job. Did the President break his election vow? Jamal Dajani has the Mosaic Intelligence report.

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