President Obama has been facing a barrage of criticism from Republican lawmakers for not pushing to leave a residual troop presence behind in Iraq after 2011, but has found a defender in Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev.
"Those who attack President Obama for bringing our troops home are flat wrong in criticizing him for that, and they're out of step not only with the president but with the American people," Reid told reporters Tuesday. "After a decade of war we've all had enough. I do not support putting our men and...
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