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Winning the War on Terror

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Winning the War on Terror

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Winning the War on Terror

Winning the War on Terror

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Richard Clarke, former head of counterterrorism at the National Security Council who split ways with the Bush administration after Sept.11, recently wrote an op-ed in The New York Times warning that political bickering distracts from effectively combating terror. He talks about his views on winning the war on terror.

Guest:

Richard Clarke, Former head of counterterrorism at the National Security Council in the George W. Bush administration; Author, Against All Enemies: Inside America's War on Terror

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