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President George W. Bush poses with flight deck crew of the USS Abraham Lincoln May 1, 2003. White House photo by Paul Morse.
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May 5, 2003 | Last Updated 2:58 a.m. (EDT)
 
Radio Address by the President to the Nation
THE PRESIDENT: Good morning. On Thursday, I visited the USS Abraham Lincoln, now headed home after the longest carrier deployment in recent history. I delivered good news to the men and women who fought in the cause of freedom: their mission is complete and major combat operations in Iraq have ended. Our coalition is now engaged in securing and reconstructing that country. The United States and our allies have prevailed. full story en Espa&#241ol
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President Bush Announces Combat Operations in Iraq Have Ended
View webcastPresident George W. Bush on Thursday announced to the Nation that major combat operations in Iraq have ended, and our coalition is now engaged in securing and reconstructing that country. President Bush spoke from the deck of the USS Abraham Lincoln. full story en Espa&#241ol

President Discusses National, Economic Security in California
In a Friday morning speech to workers at United Defense Industries in Santa Clara, California, the President focused on his two major priorities -- national security and economic security. full story
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President Delivers Remarks on the National Day of Prayer
President Bush said Thursday, "Americans prayed that war would not be necessary, and now pray that peace will be just and lasting." full story en Espa&#241ol

President Signs PROTECT Act
View webcastPresident Bush on Wednesday signed the PROTECT Act of 2003 which will greatly assist law enforcement in tracking criminals who would harm children, and in rescuing the youngest victims of crime. full story en Espa&#241ol
Fact sheetPresident's Signing Statement
Fact sheetPolicy in Focus: Protecting our Children

President Announces Teacher of the Year and Honors State Teachers
President BushPresident Bush on Wednesday said, "The teachers with us today come from many different backgrounds, and from every part of America. What unites them all is a deep confidence that every child can learn if given the chance." full story
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President George W. Bush addresses sailors and the nation from the flight deck of the USS Abraham Lincoln of the coast of San Diego, California May 1, 2003. White House photo by Paul Morse View webcastPresident George W. Bush addresses sailors and the nation from the flight deck of the USS Abraham Lincoln of the coast of San Diego, California May 1, 2003.
Iraq Headlines
Presidential Remarks 5/2/03
We'll restore the hospitals, rebuild the schools, provide needed infrastructure in a country that didn't have as many hospitals as it needed, or schools as it needed, or needed infrastructure as was required, because Saddam Hussein was willing to spend money on luxurious palaces, not on the people of Iraq. Iraqis share a laugh with a
U.S. Army Specialist Michael Toro during an effort to distribute food
and water to Iraqi citizens in need. (U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's
Mate 1st Class Arlo K. Abrahamson)

Economic Security
Presidential Remarks 5/2/03
"I proposed a robust tax package to the United States Congress of at least $550 billion. The reason I did so is because economists have taken a look at that package and say that when it passes, one million new jobs will be created by the year 2004."
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Ask the White House
White House Chief of Staff Andy Card hosted the first "Ask the White House" live online discussion. Click here to read the transcript. Secretary Card

Easter at the White House 2003
The White House recently hosted the Annual Easter Egg Roll. Secretary Don Evans read to children from the book "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" Click here for more. Secretary Don Evans

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