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After Hannity blamed President Barack Obama’s policies for the deteriorating situation in Iraq, Paul countered that “we shouldn’t always say that it is just our fault, or any one person’s fault over here,” and argued that Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Al-Maliki deserved a large chunk of the blame.
He further said that if the US had left a residual force in Iraq, it is possible “we would be back in the middle of a war right now.” Paul also clarified that he believed the troop surge worked, and later stated that no one is blameless for the chaos in Iraq, but declared that putting troops in and “trying to build a country” doesn’t work.
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