US presidential candidate Wesley Clark said today that former Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic was the same argumentative and stubborn man he faced as a foe during the Balkan wars. Clark issued that assessment at the end of two days of closed testimony at Milosevic`s war crimes trial. The testimony dealt with Milosevic`s command responsibility during the Balkan wars. The testimony is to be released later after it is screened by State Department lawyers. Clark spoke to reporters outside the U-N court in The Hague. Milosevic faces 66 counts of war crimes, including genocide, allegedly committed in Croatia, Bosnia and Kosovo in the 1990s. Clark was NATO`s top commander during the alliance`s 1999 bombing campaign in Yugoslavia that drove Milosevic`s forces from Kosovo. Clark said it was satisfying to confront Milosevic. The former leader cross examined Clark. Clark said Milosevic was petulant and overly personal.