There were fresh signs Wednesday that some Republican senators are impatient with the White House plan for Iraq and are demanding that the president change his war strategy now.
After emerging from an hourlong private meeting in the Capitol in which they had a "vigorous" exchange with National Security Adviser Stephen Hadley, several senators said they urged the president to begin planning now for a repositioning of U.S. involvement in Iraq after the American commander there, Gen. David Petraeus, releases a progress report in September.
Bush said Tuesday he would not alter his current war plan until after September, when his top U.S. general in Iraq is scheduled to reveal whether the current troop "surge" is working. Read full article »
CNN's Dana Bash, Evan Glass, Ed Henry and Charley Keyes contributed to this report.