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Bush Defends Iraq, Tax Policies in TV Interview

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Bush Defends Iraq, Tax Policies in TV Interview

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Bush Defends Iraq, Tax Policies in TV Interview

Bush Defends Iraq, Tax Policies in TV Interview

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President Bush sits down for a one-hour interview on NBC's Meet the Press. Referring to himself as a "war president," he defends his decision to unseat Saddam Hussein in Iraq, and insists his tax cuts are bolstering the U.S. economy. NPR's Brian Naylor reports.

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