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White House backs Rumsfeld, denies charges on Iraq

U.S. President George W. Bush has confidence in Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, despite accusations that he botched the Iraq war and earlier efforts by top Bush aides to replace him, the White House said on Sunday. White House counselor Dan Bartlett also said Condoleezza Rice, who served as Bush’s national security adviser before becoming secretary of state, had proposed a complete change of Bush’s national security team after his 2004 re-election. This was in addition to efforts by White House Chief of Staff Andrew Card to replace Rumsfeld, as reported in a new book by Washington Post journalist Bob Woodward on Bush’s handling of the war. Full Story

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