Bush Stands Behind Iraq Decisions on Canada Visit

President Bush begins a two-day mission to Canada, downplaying disagreements between the U.S. and its neighbor over Iraq and trade issues. His trip is the first official visit by a U.S. president in nearly 10 years. NPR's Don Gonyea reports.

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