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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.
(White House: David Gregory) The debate between President Bush and Congress over a funding bill for the Iraq war featured; details given of Bush’s vow to veto a timeline for troop withdrawal; scenes shown of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi in Syria today and House Republicans there Sunday. [BUSH – criticizes Congress.] [Senator Harry REID – says Bush should become in tune with the fact that he is president and not king.]
(Studio: Brian Williams; Washington: Tim Russert) The calculated risks taken by Bush and Congress and the pressure on Senate Democrats running for president discussed. NOTE: Local weather bulletin on screen.
- Williams, Brian;
- Gregory, David;
- Russert, Tim
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