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(Studio: Brian Williams) The deaths of 4 more American servicemen in Iraq reported.
(White House: Kelly O’Donnell) President Bush’s firm stand on the Iraq war and the Middle East featured. [At press conference, BUSH – says leaving would be a huge mistake; admits he is frustrated; states Iraq had nothing to do with the 9/11 attack; comments on disarming Hizballah.] [On “Meet the Press” in September 2004, Vice President Dick CHENEY – says there was a relationship between Iraq & Al Qaeda.]
(Studio: Brian Williams; Washington: Tim Russert) Bush’s position on Iraq, which is counter to public opinion, and the political implications discussed.
- Williams, Brian;
- O’Donnell, Kelly;
- Russert, Tim
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