Jim VandeHei

Executive Editor, Politico

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President Bush is facing some of his most
difficult political days in the White House, confronted by tough audiences at
home and abroad.    In Europe
for the  G8 Summit , which…

Can President Bush Score during His Lame-Duck Years?

President Bush is facing some of his most difficult political days in the White House, confronted by tough audiences at home and abroad.   In Europe for the G8 Summit , which…

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President Bush is facing some of his most
difficult political days in the White House, confronted by tough audiences at
home and abroad.    In Europe
for the  G8 Summit , which…

Can President Bush Score during His Lame-Duck Years?

President Bush is facing some of his most difficult political days in the White House, confronted by tough audiences at home and abroad.   In Europe for the G8 Summit , which…

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