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Bush Administration Split Over Iraq, 'Post' Reports

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Bush Administration Split Over Iraq, 'Post' Reports

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Bush Administration Split Over Iraq, 'Post' Reports

Bush Administration Split Over Iraq, 'Post' Reports

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The Washington Post reports that the Bush administration is split over whether to send more troops to Iraq. The White House has proposed sending 15,000 to 30,000 more troops, and the Post reports that the Joint Chiefs of Staff unanimously disagree with the plan.

Alex Chadwick speaks with reporter Robin Wright about the internal controversy.

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