Bush Officials Defend Afghanistan, Iraq Planning On Capitol Hill, top Bush administration officials defend the current policy in Iraq and plans for transfer of political power on June 30. But some lawmakers persisted in questioning the administration's reasons for invading Iraq in the first place. NPR's Eric Westervelt reports.
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On Capitol Hill, top Bush administration officials defend the current policy in Iraq and plans for transfer of political power on June 30. But some lawmakers persisted in questioning the administration's reasons for invading Iraq in the first place. NPR's Eric Westervelt reports.