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White House, Media Tell Different Stories on Iraq
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White House, Media Tell Different Stories on Iraq

White House, Media Tell Different Stories on Iraq

White House, Media Tell Different Stories on Iraq
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The Bush administration says life in Iraq is getting better, despite the negative spin in the press. Meanwhile, news reports of bombings and U.S. casualties continue. Join host Neal Conan for a progress report on Iraq. We'll also look at administration infighting over what to do next.

Guests:

Grant Rampy
*Senior Correspondent with Tribune Broadcasting

Tom Rosentiel
*Director of the Project for Excellence in Journalism

David Gergen
*Former White House Adviser to four Presidents: Nixon, Ford, Reagan, Clinton; Reagan's Dir. of Communications
*Director for the Center of Public Leadership at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University

William Kristol
*Editor, The Weekly Standard

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