With the House expected to pass a resolution opposing an increase of troops in Iraq, President Bush said today he's glad it's nonbinding. He said what he's concerned about is his upcoming request for more money. Asked if claims that Iranian weapons are being used against US troops in Iran are a pretext for war, the President called "preposterous" the allegation that his administration was fabricating the allegation. David Sanger is Chief Washington Correspondent for the New York Times.
Bush Press Conference Addresses Iraq Resolution, Iran
- David Sanger - national security correspondent, New York Times - @SangerNYT