Changing his approach, George Bush will give a speech about the progress we have made in Iraq.
After three years of war in Iraq, President Bush is trying to get Americans to look beyond the unrelenting violence that dominates news reports and see progress.
Progress is the buzzword at the White House as Bush headlines a campaign tied to the warâ€™s anniversary to buck up public support of the mission.
The president continues yet another series of speeches on Iraq â€” there have been several similar blitzes in the last year â€” Monday at the City Club of Cleveland. He planned to take questions about his war policy and other topics from the audience in the heavily Democratic city.