Bush Gets Look at Nuke Parts From Libya

In a Southern state he hopes to win again in November, President Bush is getting a look at nuclear weapons parts turned over by Libya while working to convince voters that his administration is making steady progress in the war on terrorism.

Bush’s destination Monday was the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee, which began receiving shipments from Libya in March as part of an agreement with Moammar Gadhafi to end his country’s nuclear weapons program. The president’s effort to polish his image as a leader in a worldwide war on terrorism follows the release last week of a Senate report that harshly criticized unsubstantiated intelligence cited in the run-up to the war in Iraq, a crucial battle in the war on terrorism. Full Story

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