Clark Faults Bush's Postwar Plans for Iraq

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Wesley Clark is taking flak for what his rivals call his shifting stance on the Iraq war, and the retired general admits he "bobbled the question." The Democratic presidential candidate faults the Bush administration for failing to devise a postwar plan for Iraq and calls for a speedy transfer of power to the Iraqi people. NPR's Bob Edwards talks with Clark.

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