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New Doubts About Bush's Guard Service

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New Doubts About Bush's Guard Service

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New Doubts About Bush's Guard Service

New Doubts About Bush's Guard Service

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The White House released documents Tuesday it says confirm President Bush fulfilled his Air National Guard duties during the Vietnam War era. Democrats have recently revived charges that Bush abandoned his Guard post. But many say the new documents are incomplete, and some question why the White House can't produce anyone who remembers serving with Bush. Hear NPR's Don Gonyea.

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