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President Obama visited Camp Lejeune, N.C., to declare the war in Iraq ended on August 31, 2010:Even though 50,000 troops will remain in Iraq Obama claims "mission accomplished."
We have been telling you for nearly a year that Obama would leave significant numbers of troops in Iraq and that his 16-month withdrawal timetable wasn't doable.
You can read Obama's entire speech here.
Posted at 02:02 PM in IRAQ, The Presidency, The War | Permalink
Barack Obama, Iraq, Mission Accomplished, Withdrawal
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