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.
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