Bush: US Can't Win Terror War In a TV interview, President Bush suggests for the first time that America can't definitively win the war on terror, but says the effort will make terrorism less acceptable around the world. Bush campaigns in Michigan and New Hampshire, two states where he trails Sen. John Kerry in recent polls. Hear NPR's Don Gonyea.
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Bush Suggests U.S. Can't Win War on Terror

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Bush Suggests U.S. Can't Win War on Terror

Bush Suggests U.S. Can't Win War on Terror

Bush Suggests U.S. Can't Win War on Terror

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In a TV interview, President Bush suggests for the first time that America can't definitively win the war on terror, but says the effort will make terrorism less acceptable around the world. Bush campaigns in Michigan and New Hampshire, two states where he trails Sen. John Kerry in recent polls. Hear NPR's Don Gonyea.