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Tuesday morning, Secretary Clinton appears before the House Foreign Affairs Committee to answer questions about the impact of the economy on U-S foreign policy priorities. Leading that hearing is Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen. We spoke with the South Florida Republican in January, just after she became chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee, and she wasn't pulling any punches.

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