He said he trusts Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, whom he said had demonstrated a willingness to take on lawbreakers regardless of their religious or ethnic affiliations.
“The critics have not suggested a policy – they haven’t put anything in place,” Cheney said in an occasionally testy interview with CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer.
“All they’ve recommended is to redeploy or to withdraw our forces. The fact is, we can complete the task in
Cheney bristled when asked to respond to critics who question his daughter Mary’s decision to have a baby and raise it with her female partner. “I think you’re out of line with that question,” replied Cheney, who said he was delighted about having a sixth grandchild.
Cheney said he does not think Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton of
“I don’t agree with her philosophically and from a policy standpoint,” he said.
Cheney said he believes Osama bin Laden is alive, but would not speculate about whether he might be hiding in
Cheney said passage of a Senate resolution opposing President Bush’s decision to send more troops to