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Bush to Diplomats: No Middle Ground in Terrorist Fight

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Bush to Diplomats: No Middle Ground in Terrorist Fight

Bush to Diplomats: No Middle Ground in Terrorist Fight

Bush to Diplomats: No Middle Ground in Terrorist Fight

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President Bush on Friday welcomed foreign diplomats to the White House to commemorate the anniversary of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq. The president said the world was safer with Saddam Hussein deposed, and warned those present that there was no middle ground between "good and evil." NPR's Don Gonyea reports.

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