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Ron Paul: Flawed U.S. policy contributed to 9/11 attacks

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Ron Paul might be the next big thing in the GOP 2012 field, with recent polls showing him doing well in Iowa and New Hampshire.

But as has happened with Herman Cain and Newt Gingrich, top-tier status in the polls, means increased scrutiny.

Paul’s non-interventionist approach to foreign policy will likely be front-and-center on Tuesday, when CNN hosts a Republican candidates’ debate on national security. In the video below, Paul expounds on his views, saying that U.S. policies contributed to the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

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