Bush Urges Nation to Be Patient on Iraq In a bid to rally support for the Iraq war, President Bush addresses the nation during a visit to Fort Bragg, N.C. Speaking in a hall filled with soldiers, the president said he won't send more troops to Iraq, but he also declined to set a timetable for withdrawal.
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In a bid to rally support for the Iraq war, President Bush addresses the nation during a visit to Fort Bragg, N.C. Speaking in a hall filled with soldiers, the president said he won't send more troops to Iraq, but he also declined to set a timetable for withdrawal.

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The backdrop for President Bush's speech was Fort Bragg, with plenty of images of U.S. military might. Reuters hide caption

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