WASHINGTON – Military officials accusedon Tuesday of continuing to train and arm , while U.S. lawmakers said they were disappointed that Baghdad opened up its doors to the Islamic Republic’s top leader.
“I think it’s offensive,” said, D-Mich., of ‘s two-day trip to this week.
Iraq has “got every right to invite whomever they want. They’re sovereign. But we have a right to express an opinion about it,” added Levin, chairman of the.