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Bush: 'Vise is Closing' on Saddam

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Bush: 'Vise is Closing' on Saddam

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Bush: 'Vise is Closing' on Saddam

Bush: 'Vise is Closing' on Saddam

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Speaking to Marines at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina, President Bush says "a vise is closing" on Saddam Hussein's regime and that the United States "will not stop until Iraq is free." Bush also offers condolences to families of U.S. Marines killed in the war with Iraq. Hear NPR's Bob Edwards, NPR's Christopher Joyce and NPR's Don Gonyea.

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