Fixing Iraq Policy Under Fire

With an increasingly unpopular war, stiffening opposition from the new Democratic majorities in Congress and fresh alternatives from the Iraq Study Group, President Bush is under enormous pressure to develop a new approach. We discuss what the president can do to fix failed policy in Iraq.

Guests:

David Gergen, director of the Center for Public Leadership and a professor of Public Service at Harvard University; former White House Communications director

David Sanger, New York Times White House Correspondent

Peter Spiegel, Pentagon correspondent for the Los Angeles Times

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