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Democrats want Iraq exit in months

LEADING Democrat politicians said yesterday they would use their new majority in the US Congress to push for troop withdrawals from Iraq within months, as President George W. Bush last night met members of the commission charting a new direction for US policy in the war. The senior Democrats – incoming Senate leader Harry Reid, the incoming armed services committee chairman, senator Carl Levin, and the incoming foreign relations committee chairman, senator Joseph Biden – said a phased redeployment of US troops would be their top priority when the new Congress convenes in January, coming before the report of an investigation of the conduct of the war. Full Story

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