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Ten Years After Iraq, Are We Now Stepping on Egg Shells When Dealing With MidEast Conflicts?

This week marks ten years since the U.S. invasion of Iraq. With thousands of brave Americans dead, no weapons of mass destruction, and a decade of violence along with record high levels of Defense spending, many Americans think of Iraq when expressing hesitation about entering into new conflicts in the Middle East today. On 'Real News' Tuesday Pete Hegseth joined the group to reflect on Iraq ten years later, as well as what type of shadow the conflict has placed on American foreign policy moving forward:

One last thing…
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