Rice Defends Foreign Affairs Budget Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice goes to Capitol Hill to defend President Bush's budget proposals for spending abroad. Several Republicans have signaled they may trim parts of the request they feel are not for emergencies.
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Rice Defends Foreign Affairs Budget

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Rice Defends Foreign Affairs Budget

Rice Defends Foreign Affairs Budget

Rice Defends Foreign Affairs Budget

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Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice goes to Capitol Hill to defend President Bush's budget proposals for spending abroad. Several Republicans have signaled they may trim parts of the request they feel are not for emergencies.