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(Studio: Shepard Smith) President Bush’s meetings to discuss options in Iraq noted. [In news conference, BUSH – defines success in Iraq.]
(White House: Bret Baier) Bush’s planned series of talks to form a new strategy in the Iraq war examined; details given on Bush’s meeting today with retired army generals and foreign affairs analysts and the claims that they were consulted because they are critical of the Iraq study group’s report. [BUSH – talks about getting advice from all aspects of government about the way forward.] [White House spokesman Tony SNOW- comments on the reasons why the experts were brought in.]
(Studio: Shepard Smith) The death of 3 more US troops killed by a roadside bomb in Baghdad, the gunmen disguised as Iraqi soldiers’ robbery of a bank truck, the crash of a military helicopter in the Al Anbar province, and outgoing-Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld’s return from a trip to Iraq noted; map and scenes shown.
- Smith, Shepard;
- Baier, Bret
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