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On Syria, Clinton would not lead from behind

 If elected president, she's expected to step up military action to deter Assad, Russian forces
Friday, October 28, 2016 - 05:50

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A President Clinton may decide that the costs of President Obama's leading-from- behind approach were too high in terms of US interests and prestige.

Washington

UNLESS Donald J Trump makes the most stunning political comeback in the history of American presidential campaigns, pundits at home and abroad will be spending the next two months or so speculating about the policy direction of President Hillary Rodham Clinton.

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