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Tillerson and Mattis: 2001, 2002 war authorizations should not be repealed
President Trump's top national security officials on Oct. 30 urged lawmakers reviewing congressional war authorization to avoid imposing geographic or time limits on the military's campaign against the Islamic State and other militant groups.
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