President George W. Bush makes a statement on the economy in the Rose Garden of the White House, following a meeting of his working group on financial markets in Washington October 14, 2008. (Chuck Kennedy/MCT)
President George W. Bush makes a statement on the economy in the Rose Garden of the White House, following a meeting of his working group on financial markets in Washington October 14, 2008. (Chuck Kennedy/MCT) Chuck Kennedy / MCT
President George W. Bush makes a statement on the economy in the Rose Garden of the White House, following a meeting of his working group on financial markets in Washington October 14, 2008. (Chuck Kennedy/MCT) Chuck Kennedy / MCT

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