Obama Re­veals Worst Mis­take of his Pres­i­dency

The Economic Times - - Around The World -

Wash­ing­ton: US Pres­i­dent Barack Obama said that the worst mis­take of his pres­i­dency was the sheer lack of plan­ning by his gov­ern­ment in the af­ter­math of the 2011 top­pling of Libyan dic­ta­tor Moam­mar Gad­hafi. CNN quoted the pres­i­dent from his in­ter­view to Fox News say­ing, “Prob­a­bly fail­ing to plan for the day af­ter what I think was the right thing to do in in­ter­ven­ing in Libya.” In Septem­ber, Obama had crit­i­cised the Libya in­ter­ven­tion dur­ing a speech be­fore the UN Gen­eral Assem­bly. “Our coali­tion could have and should have done more to fill a vac­uum left be­hind,” he had said. ANI

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