Edwards on the War in Iraq
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Edwards on the War in Iraq

Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards describes what steps he would take if a withdrawal of U.S. combat forces in Iraq resulted in an escalation of sectarian violence or even genocide. As the Senate debates a series of resolutions aimed at changing U.S. policy in Iraq, Edwards says Democratic lawmakers should do everything possible to keep pressure on President Bush by submitting bills funding the troops with a timetable for withdrawal. Video: Akira Hakuta/washingtonpost.comEditor: Brie Hall/washingtonpost.comThe Fix

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