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JUDY WOODRUFF: Members of Congress were quick to respond to the news of Soleimani’s death, and their reactions were mixed. A short time ago, I spoke with two key members of the Senate, first Senator Tim Kaine, Democrat of Virginia. He serves on both the Foreign Relations and the Armed Services committees. Senator Tim Kaine,

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JUDY WOODRUFF: And now, for a Republican view, we turn to Senator James Risch of Idaho. He’s the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Senator, thank you very much for joining us. I know that you agree with the president that this targeted killing of General Soleimani was warranted. Why? SEN. JAMES RISCH (R-ID):

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WAS HAPPENING, BUT HE WAS PLANNING A VERY MAJOR ATTACK, AND WE GOT HIM.>>Pete: THAT WAS PRESIDENT TRUMP EXPLAIN WHY HE TOOK ACTION TO KILL YOUR BRAND’S TOP GENERAL, HE DID IT TO HOLD BACK A WAR, BUT HIS CRITICS ARE PILING ON.>>BUT WITHOUT CONGRESSIONAL OPPOSITION, ENTERING INTO ANOTHER MIDDLE EAST WAR.>>I WOULD ANTICIPATE THE

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