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Introduced by Attorney General John Ashcroft, President George W. Bush addresses a group of new U. S. Attorneys at the Dwight D. Eisenhower Executive Office Building Nov. 29. "I want to congratulate you. I must tell you that we set a high standard, and you met it. And for that, I hope you're proud," said the President in his remarks. "And I am grateful that you are willing to serve the country, particularly at this time." White House photo by Paul Morse.


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