Head-scratching ensued this week at reports of the last words from Ambassador Richard Holbrooke. Initial interpretations were that he'd pleaded for an end to the war in Afghanistan. On Tuesday, a State Department spokesman took pains to clarify just what was said just before Holbrooke went into surgery for a torn aorta. NPR's Melissa Block talks to Joe Klein, a senior writer and columnist for Time magazine, who was a longtime friend of Holbrooke.
Speculation Flies Over Holbrooke's Last Words
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