Presidential Hopefuls Tout Foreign Policy The assassination of Pakistan opposition leader Benazir Bhutto forces presidential candidates to discuss foreign policy. Virtually all the GOP candidates agreed that Bhutto's death shows how dangerous global terrorism remains, while Democrats say it shows the failure of U.S. foreign policy.
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Presidential Hopefuls Tout Foreign Policy

Presidential Hopefuls Tout Foreign Policy

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The assassination of Pakistan opposition leader Benazir Bhutto in Rawalpindi, Pakistan forces presidential candidates campaigning in Iowa to discuss foreign policy. Virtually all the Republican candidates agreed that Bhutto's death showed how dangerous global terrorism remains while Democrats said the killing showed how badly Bush's foreign policy had failed.

Ina Jaffe reports on the reaction from the GOP presidential candidates. David Greene reports on the reaction from the Democratic presidential contenders.