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Diane and her guests talk about Bush’s speech to the U.N., criticism from Democratic candidate John Kerry about Bush’s handling of the war, and how Iraq will figure in the presidential election.
- Ambassador Rich Williamson former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Commision on Human Rights; he served in the Reagan administration and the first Bush administration
- James Rubin national security adviser to the Kerry campaign and former State Department spokesman in the Clinton administration
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