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Topic - Christopher P. Gibson
The House overwhelmingly rejected a resolution calling for the withdrawal of U.S. forces from Afghanistan by year's end as Republicans and Democrats joined in embracing President Obama's long-term war strategy.
"We need to stand with our commander in chief. We need to stand with our troops and complete this task," Republican Rep. Christopher P. Gibson of New York, a freshman who did four Army combat tours in Iraq, said during the forceful debate.