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Deputy Sec of State Can’t Answer When Asked What Obama Admin’s Plan For Syria Is

When asked about a vague plan for Syria often cited by administration officials, Deputy Secretary Of State Anthony Blinken was unable to tell the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Thursday what was even in the plan.
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