Graham's Presidential Bid Three-time Florida senator Bob Graham formally launches his 2004 presidential campaign, becoming the ninth Democrat to announce a run for the White House. In declaring his bid, Graham accuses President Bush of neglecting the war on terrorism to "settle old scores" in Iraq. NPR's Mara Liasson reports.
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Democrat Bob Graham Launches Presidential Bid

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Democrat Bob Graham Launches Presidential Bid

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Democrat Bob Graham Launches Presidential Bid

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Three-time Florida senator Bob Graham formally launches his 2004 presidential campaign, becoming the ninth Democrat to announce a run for the White House. In declaring his bid, Graham accuses President Bush of neglecting the war on terrorism to "settle old scores" in Iraq. NPR's Mara Liasson reports.