The President's News Conference

Bush, George W.
July 2007
Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents;7/16/2007, Vol. 43 Issue 28, p944
Government Documents
The article presents the text of U.S. President George W. Bush's News Conference held on July 12, 2007. He provides an overview of the importance of winning the Iraq war to the national security. He said that he tried to resolve the conflict in Iraq diplomatically by consulting with the United Nations but the late President Saddam Hussein refused to disarm. He comments on the opposition of some Republicans to his war policy in Iraq.


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