Clinton endorses US enforcement of a 'no-fly' zone in Libya

According to the Daily Beast, Former president Bill Clinton strongly supported the US taking measures to implement a 'no-fly' zone in Libya to aid protestors struggling against dictator Muammar Gaddafi.  

The President made his remarks last night at the Newsweek & Daily Beast's Woman in the World Summitt.

“We have the planes to make an appropriate contribution to this,” the 42nd president told an influential dinner crowd attending Newsweek & The Daily Beast’s Women in the World summit at Manhattan’s Millennium Hotel. “I wouldn’t do it if they hadn’t asked,” Clinton said, referring to anti-Gaddafi rebel leaders who have publicly and repeatedly requested the no-fly zone to stop bombardment from Gaddafi’s air force. “We should do it.”

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