Is Bill Clinton Still President?

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Author(s) Michael Ledeen
Source National Review
Date June 7, 2006
URL http://article.nationalreview.com/?q=ZDg2YzE3ZGQwYWVmYjQ2MDBhZmU0N2NiMzcxYmU2ZGQ=
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Quotes-start.png "The much-heralded announcement that we were willing to sit down with the Iranians if they halted their enrichment program was either a total collapse or a gambit designed to expose the Iranians’ unwillingness to play by the international rules. If the latter, it was too clever by half, as shown by the sorts of Western offers that are now trickling out of the foreign offices. We have actually set a clever trap for ourselves." Quotes-end.png


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