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President Bush Discusses Immigration in Alexandria, Virginia
President George W. Bush offers to buy a cup of coffee for a member of the media during a stop at Dunkin' Donuts in Alexandria, Va., July 5, 2006. "We need to make sure we help people assimilate. I met four people here who assimilated into our country. They speak English; they understand the history of our country; they love the American flag as much as I love the American flag," said the President. "That's one of the great things about America, we help newcomers assimilate. Here's four folks that are living the American Dream, and I think it helps renew our soul and our spirit to help people assimilate." White House photo by Kimberlee Hewitt

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