Bush Meets with Military Advisers President Bush said today it is in the world's interest -- not just that of the United States -- to oust Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein. The president said the United States is consulting with its allies and that he wants to look at all the options before making a final decision on how to proceed. Mr. Bush was speaking at his ranch in Crawford, Texas, after a meeting with Vice President Cheney, Defense Secretary Rumsfeld, National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice, and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Richard Myers. NPR White House correspondent, Don Gonyea, reports. (3:30)
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President Bush said today it is in the world's interest — not just that of the United States — to oust Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein. The president said the United States is consulting with its allies and that he wants to look at all the options before making a final decision on how to proceed. Mr. Bush was speaking at his ranch in Crawford, Texas, after a meeting with Vice President Cheney, Defense Secretary Rumsfeld, National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice, and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Richard Myers. NPR White House correspondent, Don Gonyea, reports. (3:30)
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