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Acting Pentagon chief reassures Iraqis after anger over Trump remarks

Reuters Tuesday, 12 February 2019 ()
Acting Pentagon chief reassures Iraqis after anger over Trump remarksActing U.S. defense chief Patrick Shanahan told Iraqi leaders that Washington understood its forces were in Iraq at Baghdad's invitation, aiming to steady relations after President Donald Trump said U.S. troops were needed to keep an eye on Iran.
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