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Iraq War / Center for the Intrepid / Clinton Interview #851152

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jan 29, 2007
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(San Antonio: Anderson Cooper) A high-tech rifle used by those rehabilitating from war injuries shown from the privately funded Center for the Intrepid in San Antonio. [Army Capt. Scott KULLA†- describes what happens when using this weapon.]

(San Antonio: Anderson Cooper) The views of Senator Hillary Clinton on the war in Iraq presented. [Yesterday in Iowa, CLINTON - says the plan for war was ill-conceived.] [In interview, CLINTON - talks about the dedication ceremony for this center for the wounded warriors from Iraq and Afghanistan that will provide the best rehabilitation services; states the government has the responsibility {a "national obligation"} for funding the V.A.; wants a strategy for moving our troops, a cap on troops to show President Bush he cannot keep pursuing his policies, a political and international component to a strategy and more pressure on the Iraqi government; asserts the president has made a lot of mistakes in Iraq and has not brought the world together; says we are playing a dangerous game of chicken with the Iranians.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:08:30

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