Clinton In Columbus

— NPR's Ted Clark reports on the raucous reception that three of President Clinton's top foreign policy advisors received yesterday at a town meeting in Columbus, Ohio. Secretary of State Madeline Albright, Defense Secretary William Cohen, and National Security Advisor Sandy Berger were there to make the administration's case for possible military action against Iraq. Among the several thousand people who attended the event at Ohio State University were dozens of angry protesters, who disrupted the question and answer session and challenged administration premises for launching air strikes against Iraq.



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