Senator Recommends 'Fireside Chats' on Iraq

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Sen. John Warner

Sen. John Warner (R-VA) speaks on NBC's Meet the Press, Nov. 27, 2005. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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As lawmakers ask for more information from the Bush administration on progress in Iraq, Sen. John Warner (R-VA) suggests that President Bush should follow the lead of Franklin Delano Roosevelt and hold "fireside chats" with Americans.

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