Halimah Abdullah

Political Reporter, The Memphis Commercial Appeal

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Political reporter with The Memphis Commercial Appeal.

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President Bush is not promising to "stay the course" any more, but changing the message won't make bad news sound any better.

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President Bush is not promising to "stay the course" any more, but changing the message won't make bad news sound any better.

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