He tells the PBS program, ``The Newshour,'' that his critics may not have been paying attention to his comments during two years of campaigning for the presidency.
Obama says there are some ``modifications'' to the plan, after consultations with commanders on the ground. But he says the
pullout he announced today is ``basically the thrust'' that he's
been talking about ``for several years.'' And he says it's a
Obama announced Friday in North Carolina that he plans to leave
up to 50,000 troops in Iraq after combat forces leave by the end of
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, who says he's surprised that Obama plans to leave that many troops there, is suggesting that
it's not a done deal. He says he looks forward to ``further
discussing'' the plan with Obama.
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