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Iraq / Bush's Trip / The Reaction #742811

CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 28, 2003
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.

(Crawford: Dana Bash) The political fallout from President Bush's secret trip to Iraq on Thanksgiving Day featured. [National Security Advisor Condoleezza RICE†- comments on the decision to go.] [In Baghdad, Senator Hillary CLINTON; presidential candidate Senator Joseph LIEBERMAN - back the presidential visit.] Statements from presidential candidates Representative Richard Gephardt, retired Gen. Wesley Clark & Howard Dean quoted. [Democratic strategist Peter FENN†- questions a "failed" policy.]

(Studio: Carol Lin) The death of an American soldier in a mortar attack in Mosul, Iraq, reported.

(Baghdad: Nic Robertson) The reaction of Iraqis to Bush's brief visit examined; scenes shown from shops, a poorer neighborhood & a home in Baghdad where the people spoke about the president. [Three IRAQIS - comment.] The meeting of four Iraqis from the governing council with Bush noted. The point of the Iraqi comments about the presidential visit discussed.

Lin, Carol;
Bash, Dana;
Robertson, Nic

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