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Bush Says War in Iraq Isn’t Cause of Rising Terrorism

President George W. Bush, confronting criticism of the U.S. invasion of Iraq, said the conflict there hasn’t spurred the spread of terrorism and a withdrawal won’t end the threat from violent extremists. With the number of U.S. military deaths in Iraq approaching 2,000 and public support for the war declining, Bush told a gathering of military spouses today that radicals were spreading their ideology before the March 2003 invasion and will “exist after Iraq is no longer an excuse.” Full Story

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