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Iraq War / Cheney / Petraeus #854563

ABC Evening News for Monday, Mar 12, 2007
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The criticism from Vice President Dick Cheney of members of Congress wanting to force President Bush to pull troops out of Iraq reported. [CHENEY - says they are telling the enemy to wait us out.]

(Baghdad: Terry McCarthy) ABC interview with Gen. David Petraeus, the new commander of US/multinational force in Iraq, presented; scenes shown from Baghdad of Petraeus in the streets. [PETRAEUS - says the situation in Baghdad's Sadr City has been a pleasant surprise; comments on the Iraqi military and on the job of providing progress; states the Iraqi political leaders will have to win this war.]

Gibson, Charles;
McCarthy, Terry

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