Bush's Foreign Policy

Guests: Michael Hirsh Foreign Editor, Newsweek Magazine Bruce Jackson Chairman, U.S. Committee on NATO Advisor on Foreign Policy to the Republican Party Over the weekend, president-elect George W. Bush officially named Colin Powell as his Secretary of State and picked Condoleeza Rice for National Security Advisor. Join Juan Williams and guests for a discussion about Bush's appointments and their role in shaping the new administration's foreign policy.



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