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Bush Stresses Long-Term U.S. Commitment to Iraq

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Bush Stresses Long-Term U.S. Commitment to Iraq

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Bush Stresses Long-Term U.S. Commitment to Iraq

Bush Stresses Long-Term U.S. Commitment to Iraq

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During a rare primetime news conference, President Bush pledges the United States will commit the time and forces needed to finish its work in Iraq. Bush reaffirmed plans to transfer governing power to Iraqis on June 30, saying a delay would foster suspicions of U.S. motives in the region. Hear NPR's Don Gonyea.

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