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Ex-president doubts U-S military will ever leave Iraq

Posted in the database on Thursday, December 08th, 2005 @ 21:08:06 MST (1079 views)
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WEST POINT, N.Y. Former President Jimmy Carter says he doubts whether the U-S military will ever completely pull out of Iraq, despite what the Bush administration says about a possible withdrawal beginning next year.

Carter was at the U-S Military Academy yesterday to sign copies of his newest book for West Point cadets.

He said he believes America will have a major military presence in Iraq for decades to come. Carter's comments come a week after President Bush told midshipmen at the U-S Naval Academy to expect troop withdrawals sometime in 2006.



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