Bush Highlights Spending Bill in Year-End Speech

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In an end-of-the-year news conference Thursday at the White House, President Bush thanked Congress for passing a spending bill but warned that there's more work to be done in the coming election year.

The president also touched on the destruction of the CIA interrogation videotapes and Russian President Vladimir Putin being named Time magazine's man of the year.



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