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Bush gets first-hand look at U.S. tornado damage

President George W. Bush got a first-hand look on Saturday at the damage from deadly tornadoes in the U.S. South, saying that while buildings could be rebuilt the biggest impact was shattered lives. Bush, who was heavily criticized for his administration’s slow response to Hurricane Katrina in 2005, got a view of the region by helicopter and walked over glass-strewn rubble at Enterprise High School where eight students were killed when the storms struck on Thursday. Full Story

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