Former Vice President Joe Biden’s voted in favor of the 2003 invasion of Iraq, which began 16 years ago on Wednesday.In the months leading up to the start of the conflict, Biden cited former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger to defend his stance, and contended the US invasion was not preemptive.Biden is expected to run for president in 2020, and could face questions about his foreign policy record on the campaign trail.Former Vice President Joe Biden’s vote in favor of the 2003 invasion of Iraq, which began 16 years ago today, could cause the long-rumored presidential candidate problems during the 2020 Democratic primaries.Biden, a US senator for Delaware at the time, defended the conflict as not preemptive in nature and made the case for the war in speeches.”I will vote for the Lieberman-Warner amendment to authorize the use of military force against Iraq,” Biden said in October 2002. ”I do not believe this is a rush to war. I believe it is a march to peace and security.”Read more: Human rights group accuses the US of killing at least 14 civilians in Trump’s shadowy drone war in SomaliaIn the speech Biden also invoked for Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, who has been heavily criticized… Read full this story
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