Remarks Following a Meeting With Senators John McCain and John Warner

Bush, George W.
December 2005
Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents;12/19/2005, Vol. 41 Issue 50, p1866
Government Documents
Presents the text of remarks issued by U.S. President George W. Bush on December 12, 2005 following a meeting with Senators John McCain and John Warner. Expression of gratitude for McCain for his efforts in the war on terror; Overview of an agreement reached with the war on terror; Expression of gratitude to National Security Adviser Steve Hadley.


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