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Iraq / Bush / Cheney Interview #813036

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Dec 22, 2005
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(Studio: John King) President Bush's taking stock at the end of 2005 noted. [BUSH - says it has been a year of progress towards a freer world & a prosperous America.]

(Washington & Pakistan: Dana Bash) CNN interview with Vice President Dick Cheney in Pakistan featured. [In response to reporter's questions, CHENEY - says the policy in Iraq is a good one & the awareness will seep into the Muslim world as they see a functional democracy; states we got the "big issues right" in Iraq & about President Saddam Hussein & made the right decision; assesses Al Qaeda, which has been degraded & become more decentralized now & we have not heard from Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden†† in a year.]

(Studio: John King; Washington: Dana Bash) Cheney's lack of response to the CIA leak investigation discussed.

King, John;
Bash, Dana

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