Tuesday, April 10, 2007
Bush says he will meet with leaders of both parties on military funding
FAIRFAX, Virginia (CNN) -- President Bush said Tuesday he will invite congressional leaders from both parties to the White House next week to discuss the status of supplemental military funding legislation.
President Bush called on Congress Tuesday to send him a war funding bill without a timetable for troop withdrawal.
He spoke at American Legion Post 177 in Fairfax, Va., one day after the fourth anniversary of the fall of the Iraqi capital to U.S. forces.
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