Bush in S.C.: Al-Qaida in Iraq Is Prime Enemy

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President Bush visited an Air Force base near Charleston, S.C., on Tuesday — talking up the threat from al-Qaida in Iraq as the main feature of the war in Iraq.

The president spoke on a day when a national poll showed nearly seven Americans in 10 disapprove of his handling of the war.

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