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Thomas Lauren Friedman (born July 20, 1953) is an award-winning American journalist, columnist and author. He is an op-ed contributor to The New York Times, whose column appears twice weekly and mainly addresses foreign affairs. Friedman is known for his pro-Israel views. He was earlier an ardent supporter of the invasion of Iraq. He has subsequently distanced himself from his earlier support.
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