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September 24, 2008 10:01 PM

In prime-time speech, Bush calls for bipartisan solution

President Bush told the nation Wednesday that "there is much agreement" among Washington lawmakers on key principles for a massive financial rescue plan as he prepared for White House talks on the crisis with John McCain, Barack Obama and congressional leaders. He made it clear he's edging away from his original $700 billion rescue plan.

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