Wednesday, January 10, 2007
Senate Dems to call on Iraq change
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Top Senate Democrats are slated to call on President Bush to change his policy in Iraq in a press conference Wednesday, only hours before Bush will deliver a prime-time address on his vision of Iraq's future.
Democratic Conference Vice Chairman Charles Schumer of New York, Democratic Conference Secretary Patty Murray of Washington, and Sen. Jack Reed of Rhode Island will be on hand. Former NATO supreme Allied Commander Gen. Wesley Clark and Jon Soltz, an Iraq war veteran, will also take part in the press conference.
-- CNN Ticker Producer Alexander Mooney
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