CNN Evening News for Monday, Dec 11, 2006
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The weekend's sectarian violence in Iraq & deadly bombings in Baghdad today noted.
(Washington: John Roberts) The reaction by President Bush & experts to the Iraq study group report examined; details given of the split in the Republican Party over the ISG report. [At the State Department, BUSH - speaks about the advice & putting a new way forward in Iraq.] [Council on Foreign Relations Stephen BIDDLE- criticizes the report's view on withdrawal; suggests using a larger force.] [American Enterprise Inst. David FRUM- says the report will not be Bush's basis for making policy decisions; calls it a "feeble effort."] Bush's three-day "listening tour," his timetable for getting a new plan out before Christmas & the Pentagon, National Security Council & State Department reports discussed.
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