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Braun Says Iraq War Hurt Anti-Terror Effort

Democratic presidential candidate Carol Moseley Braun said yesterday that the United States has an obligation to remain in Iraq long enough to stabilize that country and ensure that it is not worse off than it was before the U.S. invasion that toppled Saddam Hussein. Braun, a one-term U.S. senator from Illinois and former ambassador to New Zealand, said the Bush administration’s “bravado and arrogance” had undercut the war against terrorism by alienating U.S. allies whose help is vital to that effort. “It’s just astonishing how badly they have bungled our international relations that we have historically enjoyed,” Braun said in an interview with reporters and editors of The Washington Post. Full Story

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