Bush Courts Congress

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NPR's David Welna reports on President Bush's efforts to convince congressional leaders that the United States should take military action that would remove Iraq's President Saddam Hussein from power. The president invited congressional leaders from both parties to the White House yesterday to make his case. Both Republicans and Democrats in Congress have expressed reservations about going to war against Iraq. The Bush administration apparently has decided to seek a congressional resolution before proceeding. That seems to be a change from its previous position that the president did not need approval from Congress. (4:23)
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