Bill Kristol calls President Obama's announcement on troop withdrawals in Afghanistan "unbelievably irresponsible." What do you think?
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With combat operations in Afghanistan ending this year, President Barack Obama announced Tuesday his plan for almost 10,000 American troops to remain in the country in 2015 if the Afghan government signs a security agreement.
"We will bring America's longest war to a responsible end," Obama said in an appearance in the White House Rose Garden.
The announcement offered something to proponents and opponents of a continued U.S. military engagement in Afghanistan after more than a decade of war - the longest in American history. Full storyFollow @Crossfire
At 6:30pm ET, Peter Beinart, who is a contributing editor for Atlantic Media, and Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol join S.E. Cupp and Van Jones for a debate.
Do you think President Obama’s foreign policy has been a success?
There are fires in Kiev, chaos in the Middle East and challenges at home and abroad, but is the biggest threat to our national security... something else?
Saying that climate change ranks among the world's most serious problems - such as disease outbreaks, poverty, terrorism and the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry called on all nations to respond to "the greatest challenge of our generation." FULL STORY
In the Crossfire, State Department Adviser Joe Cirincione and The Weekly Standard Editor Bill Kristol join Van Jones and Newt Gingrich to debate.
Gingrich has already been outspoken on the issue, calling for Kerry's resignation over Twitter.
We want you to weigh in: Secretary Kerry says climate change is 'perhaps the most fearsome weapon of mass destruction.' Do you agree?
Bill Kristol of the Weekly Standard says Gov. Mike Huckabee would beat Gov. Christie right now for the Republican nomination. Do you agree with him?
Tonight on Crossfire: New Jersey Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno on Monday called allegations that she issued an ultimatum to Hoboken's mayor to support a redevelopment plan backed by Gov. Chris Christie or lose Superstorm Sandy recovery aid "false" and "illogical." Read the full story.
At 6:30pm ET. Democratic strategist Hilary Rosen and Conservative editor for the Weekly Standard Bill Kristol, debate the "she said-she said" developments in the New Jersey scandals with S.E. Cupp and Van Jones.
We want you to weigh in: Do you think Chris Christie should step down as Chairman of the RGA?
In an interesting twist on Crossfire, hosts S.E. Cupp and Van Jones find that they have common ground: the NSA. They believe that the United States has gone too far with it's spying programs.
Our guests, Washington Post op-ed columnist Ruth Marcus and The Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol disagree.
A brand new report recommends that the National Security Agency's spying program stay in place, but urges the President to rein-in the NSA's massive collection of cell phone and internet data.
The controversial program has sparked concern fury from foreign leaders, concerned about reports that the United States has been spying on them.
Unfortunately for President Obama, that's just one item on his list of political headaches.
The United States' delegation to the upcoming Winter Olympics in Russia won't include a member of President Barack Obama's family or an active cabinet secretary, but it will include openly gay athletes – a clear jab at Russia's recent anti-gay laws. FULL STORY.
Washington Post op-ed columnist Ruth Marcus and The Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol are in the #Crossfire, joining host S.E. Cupp and Van Jones to debate these topics and other issues facing President Obama.
We want you to weigh in: Do you think the U.S. should boycott the Olympics in Russia?