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President Bush speaks to NPR's Juan Williams

Posted at 10:17 AM on January 29, 2007 by Bill Wareham (3 Comments)

President Bush spoke to NPR's Juan Williams this morning in his first broadcast interview since last week's State of the Union address. Expect to hear clips throughout the day from this first-ever sit-down with NPR, and a complete version during All Things Considered.

Comments (3)

This is one American, one Vietnam vet, that has never, consider Geroge Bush my President. He, his brother, and The Supreme Court stole the 2000 election, and probably stole the election 2004, in Ohio. Lied this country into the Iraq Q, totally screwed up reconstruction with is not surprising, Junior had no track record, no resume, and after six years of this boy king, i'm decider, gut feeling rule, it will take years for this great country to recover. cjs

Posted by cjspence | January 30, 2007 4:44 PM

Bush belongs in the Hague facing war crimes and crimes against humanity for the torture, rape and murder of innocent men women and children at Guantanimo. Yes, there were children at Gitmo and yes, they were tortured and raped by our men. Your congressman, senator and every journalist in America knows this (there are photos and movies) and still they refuse to release the evidence. Every moment Bush and his cohorts are free is an insult to all of humanity.

Posted by noen | January 31, 2007 12:18 AM

The most enduring legacy of Smirky McFlightsuit’s utterly failed presidency will not be our savaged Constitution or the secret tribunals in our Caribbean Gulag.

It won’t be the newly ethnically-cleansed city of New Orleans or the Abu Graib horrorshow.

It will be the thousands of poor, traumatized kids coming home after 2,3 and 4 combat deployments with little or no mental health assistance from the V.A. or their branch of service...just dumped on the street with the easy access to firearms that our society is so famous for.

Hoooha. I can hardly wait.

Posted by agitpropster | January 31, 2007 1:20 AM