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Bush's First Week
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Bush's First Week

Bush's First Week

Bush's First Week
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NPR'S Don Gonyea reports on President Bush's first week in office. During a busy week, the President dealt with abortion, worked on plans to create an Office of Faith Based Initiatives, and met with members of congress and even a few governors in an effort to promote bipartisanship. The President then closed out the week by holding conversations with several international leaders, announcing his first international state visit will be to Mexico this February.

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