Bush Details Post-Saddam Iraq Addressing members of a Washington think tank, President Bush outlines his vision for Iraq after Saddam Hussein's removal, and predicts that liberating Iraq could help create peace between Israelis and Palestinians. NPR's Don Gonyea reports.
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Bush: Iraq War Could Aid Mideast Peace Process

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Bush: Iraq War Could Aid Mideast Peace Process

Bush: Iraq War Could Aid Mideast Peace Process

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