Bush Notes Reagan's Death President Bush joins world leaders to commemorate the 60th anniversary of D-Day. Bush began his remarks at the American war cemetery in France by noting the death of Ronald Reagan, calling the former president "a courageous man himself." French President Jacques Chirac said, "France will never forget what it owes America, its steadfast friend and ally." Hear NPR's NPR's Don Gonyea.
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Bush Marks Reagan's Death, D-Day's 60th Anniversary

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Bush Marks Reagan's Death, D-Day's 60th Anniversary

Bush Marks Reagan's Death, D-Day's 60th Anniversary

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President Bush joins world leaders to commemorate the 60th anniversary of D-Day. Bush began his remarks at the American war cemetery in France by noting the death of Ronald Reagan, calling the former president "a courageous man himself." French President Jacques Chirac said, "France will never forget what it owes America, its steadfast friend and ally." Hear NPR's NPR's Don Gonyea.

U.S. President George W. Bush (R) and French President Jacques Chirac attend ceremonies of the International D-Day anniversary ceremony in Arromanches, northern France, June 6, 2004. Reuters hide caption

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