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Bush Offers No Apologies for 9/11, Iraq

President Bush acknowledged a good deal of introspection after all the questions lately about his government’s actions before the Sept. 11 attacks and in Iraq, but not a whiff of contrition. Bush was asked in his prime-time news conference Tuesday if he had made any mistakes. “I’m sure something will pop into my head here,” he said. It didn’t. Bush is rarely one to second-guess himself and wasn’t about to now, despite failures highlighted in the government’s pre-Sept. 11, 2001, intelligence operations, the futile search for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq and all the recent violence there. Full Story

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