Bush in Romania President Bush speaks at Revolution Square in Bucharest, site of the downfall of toppled Romanian dictator Nicolae Ceausescu. He tells a huge crowd the world is "tired of tyrants," and welcomes Romania to NATO. NPR's Scott Simon speaks to NPR's Don Gonyea.
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Bush Cheers NATO Expansion in Bucharest Speech

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Bush Cheers NATO Expansion in Bucharest Speech

Bush Cheers NATO Expansion in Bucharest Speech

Bush Cheers NATO Expansion in Bucharest Speech

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President Bush speaks at Revolution Square in Bucharest, site of the downfall of toppled Romanian dictator Nicolae Ceausescu. He tells a huge crowd the world is "tired of tyrants," and welcomes Romania to NATO. NPR's Scott Simon speaks to NPR's Don Gonyea.