By Amie Parnes - 01/24/12 06:00 PM EST
President Obama will touch on his record of foreign policy successes, including withdrawing troops from Iraq and killing Osama bin Laden, according to a set of talking points on the State of the Union address issued by the White House legislative affairs office.
“For the first time in nine years, there are no Americans fighting in Iraq,” the memo reads. “We’ve decimated al Qaeda’s leadership, delivered justice to Osama bin Laden, and put that terrorist network on the path to defeat. We’ve made important progress in Afghanistan, and begun a transition so Afghans can assume more responsibility. We joined with allies and partners to protect the Libyan people as they ended the regime of [Moammar Gadhafi]."
Click here to read the full preview of the president’s speech.