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Iraq War / Military Agreement #892320

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jan 25, 2008
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Reports introduced.

(Baghdad: Richard Engel) Talks on an agreement for the future of US troops in Iraq featured; scenes shown of an anti-American sermon in Baghdad’s Sadr City; details given of the 4 points the US is pushing. [Iraq commander Gen. David PETRAEUS – comment.] [Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar ZEBARI†- supports US troops staying on their bases.]

(Washington: Andrea Mitchell) The reaction to the administration’s proposed military agreement featured. [Senators Hillary CLINTON, Jim WEBB, Christopher DODD – react to the administration trying to bypass Congress.] [In last week’s debate, Senator Barack OBAMA – agrees with Clinton.] [Secretary of Defense Robert GATES – says we have no interest in permanent bases.] [Former Pentagon treaty negotiator Kurt CAMPBELL†- says they’re trying to make it difficult for the US to depart Iraq easily.] [Mitt ROMNEY, Senator John McCAIN – support the administration’s stance.]

Williams, Brian;
Engel, Richard;
Mitchell, Andrea

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