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President Bush, Ambassador Bremer Discuss Progress in Iraq
Discussing the progress in Iraq, President George W. Bush meets with Ambassador L. Paul Bremer, Presidential Envoy to Iraq, in the Oval Office Monday, Oct. 27, 2003. "Well, a lot of wonderful things have happened in Iraq since July, as you mentioned," said Ambassador Bremer to the media. "We have a cabinet now, with ministers actually conducting affairs of state. We have met all of our goals in restoring essential services. All the schools and hospitals are open. Electricity is back at pre-war levels." White House photo by Tina Hager.

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