Bush Defends Record on Iraq President Bush defends his decision to send forces to Iraq, and says he is "confident" U.S. forces will find evidence that Saddam Hussein had a weapons program. Bush also discusses the economy and national security in his wide-ranging news conference. Hear NPR's Don Gonyea.
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President Bush defends his decision to send forces to Iraq, and says he is "confident" U.S. forces will find evidence that Saddam Hussein had a weapons program. Bush also discusses the economy and national security in his wide-ranging news conference. Hear NPR's Don Gonyea.