highly unlikely and not credible.
This is not the agreement that they signed. We will give them some time to reflect upon what they agreed to.
Our position is that we did plan adequately for the postwar period.
This is a very dynamic discussion, and I imagine they will talk as necessary until they can reach an understanding.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the prime minister and his family.
This matter was examined fully by the bipartisan Silberman-Robb commission, and the president acted on their broad recommendations to reform our intelligence apparatus.
(Gore) can clearly disagree, but the president has made his opinion quite clear on the NSA wiretaps and has said they will continue.
The U.S. is dependent on foreign sources of energy. Because of innovation, we are on the verge of dramatic improvement in the way we power our vehicles. And in turn, we will improve our national and economic security.
They stressed their common commitment to ensuring that Syria abide by U.N. resolution pertaining to Lebanon.
He encouraged them to continue to work together to thwart the efforts of the perpetrators of the violence to sow discord among Iraq's communities.
The president has been pleased with the restraint shown.
As we stated before, the U.S. government does not support the Iran-Pakistan-India pipeline.
The minor language change did not and was not intended to alter the way sexual orientation is treated. The U.S. government policy has not changed in any way.
Prime Minister Howard thanked the president for his personal concern for the Australian people and noted that it was appreciated.
While the use of force was a last option, we recognized that it might be necessary and were planning accordingly. The public record at the time, including numerous statements by the president, makes clear that the administration was continuing to pursue a diplomatic solution into 2003.
Saddam Hussein was given every opportunity to comply, but he chose continued defiance, even after being given one final opportunity to comply or face serious consequences. Our public and private comments are fully consistent.
The president underscored his support for Iraq's efforts to build a government of national unity.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas remains committed to the principles of nonviolence, recognition of Israel, and respect for previous agreements and obligations.
We are trying to interpret and ascertain the facts surrounding this case.
We are working in close cooperation with Pakistani officials. Mr. Pearl should be released immediately and unconditionally. His continued detention is no help to the cause of those who hold him.
No one who was present at the meeting remembers yellow cake (uranium) being discussed nor any documents being passed.
[The administration] mourns the loss of each and every one of our men and women in uniform who have made the ultimate sacrifice to make the world freer and more peaceful, ... And the best way to honor those who have made the ultimate sacrifice is to prevail in the war on terrorism.
Visiting officials will of course meet with their appropriate counterparts.