Hilary Clinton Visits Post-Gaddafi Tripoli

The applause that greeted U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in Tripoli stands in contrast to the months of criticism weathered by President Barack Obama for a Libya strategy his opponents said amounted to seeking victory on the cheap.

US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton arrived at the Libyan capital Tripoli Tuesday afternoon, praising those who "stood up against a dictator's aggression," and pledging increased financial by way of bringing millions of dollars in new U.S. aid to the transitional government.