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Trump and Biden Both Want to Reduce the Number of U.S. Troops Abroad

Now Playing 9/14/2020 5:30AM      The Trump administration said they will cut the number of U.S. troops in Iraq to about 3,000 this month, in line with the president’s pledge to end “endless wars.” But as WSJ’s Gerald F. Seib points out, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden also wants to see the end of “forever wars.”…

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The Trump administration said they will cut the number of U.S. troops in Iraq to about 3,000 this month, in line with the president’s pledge to end “endless wars.” But as WSJ’s Gerald F. Seib points out, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden also wants to see the end of “forever wars.” Photo: Erik Mcgregor/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire

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