Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa / President Joe Biden Monday

Weakened by pro-Iran factions at home, Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhemi will meet with President Joe Biden on Monday to discuss a possible full U.S. troop withdrawal from his country.

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Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa / President Joe Biden Monday

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