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Iraq War / House Vote #855463

ABC Evening News for Friday, Mar 23, 2007
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The showdown in the House over the war in Iraq with a bill requiring all troops to be home by the summer of 2008 introduced.

(Capitol Hill: Jake Tapper) The furious House debate over the war featured; details given about measures added to the bill by Democrats, including millions for shrimpers, spinach farmers and peanut storage. [Representatives John BOEHNER, John MURTHA, Speaker of the House Nancy PELOSI - speak out.] [President BUSH - criticizes "these Democrats" for wanting an artificial timetable for withdrawal; states the bill has too much pork.] [Representative Sam JOHNSON - questions the bill.]

(Studio: Charles Gibson; Pentagon: Jonathan Karl) The President's angry response to the bill, which he must veto or concede to Congress an agreement to end the war, when the money funding the war will run out and the White House view of the Senate vote with a timetable for withdrawal discussed.

Reporter(s):
Gibson, Charles;
Tapper, Jake;
Karl, Jonathan
Duration:
00:04:10

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