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McCain On Libya: ‘Greater Credit Goes To Our British And French Allies’

By Ben Armbruster  

"McCain On Libya: ‘Greater Credit Goes To Our British And French Allies’"

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Republicans don’t seem to be all that interested in giving a nod to the U.S. military for NATO’s successful efforts in the Libya campaign. “Let’s give credit where credit is due, it’s the French and the British that led on this fight,” Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) said yesterday, failing to also commend American efforts. And last night on CNN, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) said the Obama administration “deserve[s] great credit,” but added, “I think greater credit goes to our British and French allies.” McCain also did not applaud the U.S. military for its efforts in Libya. Watch the clip:

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