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Photo: President Bush Receives Report from the Iraq Study Group

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Office of the Press Secretary
December 6, 2006

President George W. Bush addresses the press during a meeting with the Iraq Study Group in the Cabinet Room Wednesday, Dec. 6. 2006. Pictured with the President are the group's co-chairmen former Representative Lee Hamilton, left, and former Secretary of State James Baker. The group presented a report assessing the situation in Iraq. In his comments to the press, the President said, ". . . this report will give us all an opportunity to find common ground, for the good of the country -- not for the good of the Republican Party or the Democratic Party, but for the good of the country." White House photo by Eric Draper

[Remarks by President Bush]

President George W. Bush addresses the press during a meeting with the Iraq Study Group in the Cabinet Room Wednesday, Dec. 6. 2006. Pictured with the President are the group's co-chairmen former Representative Lee Hamilton, left, and former Secretary of State James Baker.


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