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Remarks
2005
July-December
  

July-December

--12/18/05  Address to the Nation on Iraq; President George W. Bush; The Oval Office; Washington, DC
--12/15/05  Iraqi Out-Of-Country Voters; President George W. Bush; The Oval Office; Washington, DC
--12/14/05  Iraqi Elections and the War on Terror; President George W. Bush; Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars; Washington, DC
--12/13/05  Radio Interviews Discussing Iraq and Other Foreign Policy Issues
--12/12/05  The War on Terror and Upcoming Iraqi Elections; President George W. Bush; Park Hyatt Philadelphia; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
--12/07/05  The War on Terror and Rebuilding Iraq; President George W. Bush; Omni Shoreham Hotel; Washington, DC
--11/30/05  President Outlines Strategy for Victory in Iraq; President George W. Bush; United States Naval Academy; Annapolis, Maryland
--11/10/05  Remarks from Secretary Rice's Travel to the Middle East and Asia
--10/28/05  Interview by Michael Hirsch of Newsweek; Zalmay Khalilzad, U.S. Ambassador to Iraq; Washington, DC
--10/24/05  Interview by Al Arabiya; President George W. Bush; Washington, DC
--10/18/05  Iraq: Post Referendum Update; Ambassador James Jeffrey, Sr., Adviser for Secretary of State and Coordinator for Iraq; Foreign Press Center Briefing; Washington, DC
--09/04/05  Politics Breaks Out In Iraq; Zalmay Khalilzad, U.S. Ambassador to Iraq; Op-Ed; The Washington Post
--08/23/05  President Discusses Iraqi Constitution With Press Pool; President Bush; Tamarack Resort; Donnelly, Idaho
--07/28/05  Interview on The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Washington, DC
--07/06/05  Remarks from Deputy Secretary Zoellick's Travel to Sudan, Jordan, Egypt, and Iraq

  
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