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McCain: Military Leaders Frustrated As Obama Considers Afghan Decision

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McCain: Military Leaders Frustrated As Obama Considers Afghan Decision

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McCain: Military Leaders Frustrated As Obama Considers Afghan Decision

The 2008 Republican presidential nominee renewed his criticism of President Barack Obama's decision-making process today, saying that Obama "needs to make this decision and soon" regarding whether to send a large number of additional troops to Afghanistan.

Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., told CBS-TV's The Early Show that U.S. military leaders are "becoming frustrated" as the White House continues its policy review:


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NPR's Giles Snyder adds that the president has said he won't rush a decision and does not want to risk additional American lives unless it's necessary:

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