March 11, 2008
Senator Hillary Clinton made campaign stops in Pennsylvania Tuesday. In Harrisburg she accused rival Barack Obama on not having a specific pull-out plan when it comes to Iraq.
She reviewed her own withdrawal plan.
"I have said that I would start withdrawing troops within 60 days of becoming president. Now this has to be done carefully and responsibility but our young men and women have done everything they were asked to do haven't they, but there is no military solution.
That's why it's in America's interest in our military's interest, in our men and women in uniform's interests, and I believe in Iraqi's interest how they will use this gift of freedom that they have been given," said Clinton.
Clinton is schedule to speak at Temple University in Philadelphia Tuesday evening.
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