Democrats differ on US-Mideast wars, with no clear exit plan

Democrats differ on US-Mideast wars, with no clear exit planThe Democratic presidential field is united in lambasting President Donald Trump’s handling of America’s military presence in the Middle East, but the candidates are sharply divided on how to do it better. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and Bernie Sanders of Vermont took the more aggressive stances on reducing the U.S. military role in the Mideast. Former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota called for a continued though curtailed presence.

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Texas carries out first US execution of 2020

Thu Jan 16 , 2020
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