Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton spoke in Jacksonville Friday morning.
In a community surrounded by Camp Lejeune, Clinton pledged to end the war in Iraq and bring the troops home.
The New York senator says the American people have given the Iraqis something very precious, their freedom. Clinton says it's now time for the Iraqi people to determine how they will use that gift.
Clinton told the crowd that Iraq will no longer have a blank check from the president of the United States.
As Clinton pleaded with North Carolinians for their support, she also asked the audience for help keeping her husband, former President Clinton, healthy while he campaigns for her across the state.
"You gotta help me out here, though — my husband loves North Carolina, and he loves barbecue, and he's been eating a lot of it across the state," she said before heading to Indiana for several campaign appearances.
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