Bob Woodward tells the inside story of President Obama’s Afghan strategy review
U.S. emissaries, including CIA Director Leon Panetta, above, warned Pakistan's president that the Obama administration would no longer tolerate that country's piecemeal approach to terrorist groups plotting against Americans.
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