Lieberman's Iraq Views Widen Split Among Democrats President Bush has received mixed reviews on two recent public speeches aimed at reshaping public opinion on his Iraq policy. Meanwhile, Sen. Joseph Lieberman's (D-CT) support of the president's handling of the Iraq war appears to be alienating him from his fellow Democrats.
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Lieberman's Iraq Views Widen Split Among Democrats

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Lieberman's Iraq Views Widen Split Among Democrats

Lieberman's Iraq Views Widen Split Among Democrats

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President Bush has received mixed reviews on two recent public speeches aimed at reshaping public opinion on his Iraq policy. Meanwhile, Sen. Joseph Lieberman's (D-CT) support of the president's handling of the Iraq war appears to be alienating him from his fellow Democrats.

Liane Hansen discusses the week's political news with Doyle McManus, Washington bureau chief for the Los Angeles Times.