I think it's part of ongoing efforts in a tense region, a region that remains tense and delicate, and a region that the president will remain personally engaged in and involved in. So, too, will his government.
The government of Libya must take responsibility.
The Turkish government is facing up to difficult issues in a serious and conscientious way. And the United States respects the principles of the Turkish government in bringing this issue to the Turkish parliament.
There are so many people in need that the federal government is not getting the job done.
that's government property that is now going to have to replaced or fixed.
Programs never go away in Washington, which is one of the reasons government is so big.
Nobody in the government said hard evidence. We said we have concerns.
The president expressed his regrets and apologized for the accident and said the United States would do all it can to be of assistance to the Japanese government and the Japanese people.
I think again the core of what the president said wasn't that America will do this for you or America will do this or even that this is a speech aimed a foreign leader or foreign government,
He definitely thinks there is a role for government to play.
The government of Libya has not yet satisfied these requirements.
You can go through a list of grievances and still have a good meeting.
If there are any growth proposals from the Democrats, the president would be very interested in hearing them.
I was halfway through and just getting to the poignant part, ... I had them in the palm of my hand.
Let's just say as a hypothetical that there is an individual inside Iraq who is in a position to know things, who's telling us things. Would you expect us to name that individual ... so that harm could be done Of course not.
The cataloguing that I mentioned, frankly, that's one person in our administrative offices who is really just keeping track in his head about things that may have taken place,
The cataloguing that I mentioned, frankly, that's one person in our administrative offices who is really just keeping track in his head about things that may have taken place.
The White House would like to defy history this year.
We hope this will lead other scientists to step forward.
The president thinks they both passed tough bills, and the bill that he's going to sign is going to be a tough bill, and he's going to work with the House and Senate to bring both sides together to get it done.
We have real and credible information that the airplane that landed at the Pentagon was originally intended for the White House.
I'm not aware of anybody in the White House who discussed Enron's financial situation.
Much of the humanitarian problems of Iraq existed because of Saddam Hussein's regime and the conditions he imposed on the Iraqi people before the first shot was fired in this war,
It is something the United States cares a great deal about. And the president is worried about the humanitarian conditions.
You cannot overstate the importance of this. It is a good day, a big day.