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Bush meeting with Iraqi president
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WHITE HOUSE (AP) -- President Bush is seeing Iraq�s interim president today�with less than two months to go before planned elections.

While other Sunni politicians in Iraq are calling for a delay in the vote�and some are threatening a boycott�President Ghazi al-Yawer says waiting beyond January 30th would be a mistake.

In a T-V interview yesterday, he said a postponement won�t solve the problem of bloodshed in Sunni areas, and would just�in his words��prolong the agony.�

The meeting with al-Yawer is the first of three, back-to-back on Bush�s schedule today. The others are Senegal�s President Abdoulaye Wade and King Abdullah of Jordan.


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