Bush on the Road

President Bush is on the road in Georgia and Florida today, doing what he plans to spend most of the time doing between now and Election Day — boosting the fortunes of Republican candidates. Between now and Nov. 5, the president is expected to be traveling the country almost non-stop. On the stump today, the president did not talk about North Korea, but he did talk about Iraq and the U.S. economy. NPR White House correspondent Don Gonyea reports.



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