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Bush and Blair Deny ‘Fixed’ Iraq Reports

President Bush and Prime Minister Tony Blair of Britain presented a united front on Tuesday against a recently disclosed British government memorandum that said in July 2002 that American intelligence was being “fixed” around the policy of removing Saddam Hussein in Iraq. “There’s nothing farther from the truth,” Mr. Bush said in his first public comments about the so-called Downing Street memo, which has created anger among the administration’s critics who see it as evidence that the president was intent to go to war with Iraq earlier than the White House has said. Full Story

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