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View Poll Results: Is Senator McCain the best candidate to get the US troops out of Iraq?
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Old 07-08-2008, 01:21 PM
 
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National security adviser says any security deal must contain timetable



MSNBC News Services
updated 11:55 a.m. ET July 8, 2008



"BAGHDAD - Iraq will not accept any security agreement with the United States unless it includes dates for the withdrawal of foreign forces, the government's national security adviser said on Tuesday."



"On Monday, Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki appeared to catch Washington off-guard by suggesting for the first time that a timetable be set for the departure of U.S. forces under the deal being negotiated, which he called a memorandum of understanding."



Senator Obama has stated his willingness to communicate to World leaders. Will the stance of the US, position Senator McCain to force continued occupation beyond the Iraqi's wishes? How does the Iraq stance play out for the foreign policy candidate? Will he be able to diplomatically resolve this issue? How will this figure into Senator McCain's disdain for timetables on withdrawal from Iraq when it has been projected by the Iraqi Government to the "enemy"?
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