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Clinton's Likely Secretary of 'Defense' Wants to Send More U.S. Troops to Syria
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: world, war, usa, u.s., troops, terrorism, republicans, propaganda, politics, military, media, lies, government, freedoms, ethics, elections, dishonesty, democrats, Hillary Clinton, Michele Flournoy, Secretary of Defense )

Darren
- 7 hours ago - deathandtaxesmag.com
Those who disliked Obama administration's use of drones and targeted bombings to avoid sending ground troops overseas are in for a treat: Hillary Clinton's likely pick for Secretary of Defense has already advocated for a greater U.S. presence in Syria.
   

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