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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.
(White House: Martha Raddatz) President Bush's whirlwind of meetings to formulate a new strategy for the war in Iraq featured; details given of the criticism of the Iraq study group report from a group of experts, including retired Gen. Jack Keane & of other options. [At the State Department, BUSH - talks about getting advice for putting a new way forward.] [In interview, Council on foreign Relations Stephen BIDDLE- says Bush was asking questions & reacting.] [On "nightline," KEANE - calls the ISG report "wholly inadequate."] [Former National Security Council aide Michael GREEN- says the White House is showing the ISG report is just part of the conversation.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson) Today's casualties for Iraqi civilians & US troops noted.
(Studio: Charles Gibson; Baghdad: Dan Harris) What the Iraqis think the US military should do in Iraq, the issue of reconciliation of the Sunnis, Shiites & Kurds & low-level talks about a rival coalition to Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's government discussed.
- Gibson, Charles;
- Raddatz, Martha;
- Harris, Dan
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