Daily Briefing: Each Man Invades The Thing He Loves

Bush: "This notion that the United States is getting ready to attack Iran is simply ridiculous, and having said that, all options are on the table." [WP]

National Security Council, in "extraordinary" move, cut chapter on Iraqi economy from White House report; "White House staff members believed that such a positive take on the Iraqi reconstruction would undermine the White House's credibility." [WP]

Tension over EU's ban of military technology to China cracks friendly demeanor of Bush's trip. Official: "We remain concerned. I should not leave you in any way with the impression that we have changed our view." [NYT, WT, USAT]

Russian ambassador says Putin will be less than receptive to Bush: "Parts of public opinion in Russia are not necessarily supportive of some of America's actions in certain regions of the world." [NYT]

DNC bank account down to $2.6m, compared to $16.5 at the RNC. [NYT, USAT, AP]

A toast to unity: Bush, Chirac share filet of beef, lobster risotto with truffle sauce, and high-quality wine. [WP]

American student charged in assassination plot against Bush. Father: "It's lies. It's all lies. The government lied from the very first day." [WP, NYT, WT, USAT]

Bush welcomes new NATO commitment to Iraq: "Every contribution matters." [WSJ]

Der Spiegel: "Europeans are lapping up the new openness, but also wondering just what is behind it and what exactly the world's most powerful man expects from them in return." [NYT]

DOJ forfeits case on classified status. [WP]

Social Security debate intensifies as both sides mobilize. [WP]

Rewind: 21% of Ohio's provisional ballots deemed invalid due to workers' confusion and large turnout. [AP]


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