Bush Defends Domestic Spying Program

President Bush gives his weekly radio address from the Roosevelt Room of the White House. i

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President Bush gives his weekly radio address from the Roosevelt Room of the White House.

President Bush gives his weekly radio address from the Roosevelt Room of the White House.

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President Bush says he repeatedly authorized the National Security Agency to eavesdrop on some U.S. citizens as an anti-terrorism measure. News of the spying helped block renewal of the USA Patriot Act.

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