Moderator: Gwen Ifill. The war in Iraq may be winding down, but what about other so-called " rogue states," Syria and North Korea? And, while President Bush is not yet ready to declare full victory in Iraq this week, he was ready to turn attention back to his domestic agenda: A sizable tax cut. Will the Senate successfully fight the size of the president's tax cut? Martha Raddatz of ABC News reports on the latest military and diplomatic rhetoric from the Bush administration. Tom Gjelten of National Public Radio joins us from his regular beat at the Pentagon. Jeanne Cummings of The Wall Street Journal has the latest from her reporting duties at the White House. CNBC's Alan Murray explains the latest on the economy. [26 minutes]
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