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Iraq War / Study Group Report / Iran #853014

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Dec 10, 2006
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(Studio: Rick Sanchez) AP poll findings on President Bush’s handling of the Iraq war cited.

(White House: Elaine Quijano) The Iraq study group’s call for dialog with Iran and Syria about Iraq featured; details given of the view that talks with Iran would weaken the US position on Iran’s nuclear program. [ISG co-chair Lee HAMILTON†- says Syria and Iran have great influence over events in Iraq.] [Military historian Eliot COHEN†- notes the ISG’s report is unrealistic about dealing with Iran.] [Senator Trent LOTT†- says Iran continues to thumb its nose at the world.] [ISG co-chair James BAKER†- defends the recommendation on Iran.] [Senator Joseph BIDEN†- says Iran cannot solve our problem in Iraq.]

Sanchez, Rick;
Quijano, Elaine

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