Clinton To Lebanon: U.S. Supports "Moderation" Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made an unannounced stop in Beirut Sunday. She said she hopes the country can hold elections that are free of outside interference and she said the U.S. will never make any deal to sell out the Lebanese people.
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Clinton To Lebanon: U.S. Supports "Moderation"

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Clinton To Lebanon: U.S. Supports "Moderation"

Clinton To Lebanon: U.S. Supports "Moderation"

Clinton To Lebanon: U.S. Supports "Moderation"

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Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made an unannounced stop in Beirut Sunday. She said she hopes the country can hold elections that are free of outside interference and she said the U.S. will never make any deal to sell out the Lebanese people.

Guest host Lynn Neary speaks with NPR's Michelle Kelemen, who is traveling with Clinton.