Bachmann pays weekend visit to troops in Afghanistan

Congresswoman Michele Bachmann spent the weekend with Minnesota soldiers in Afghanistan, learning more about the draw-down of troops planned there. Bachmann, who sits on the House Intelligence Committee, met the the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan. She plans to provide more details Monday.
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Congresswoman Michele Bachmann spent the weekend with Minnesota soldiers in Afghanistan, learning more about the draw-down of troops planned there. Bachmann, who sits on the House Intelligence Committee, met the the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan. She plans to provide more details Monday.

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