Daily Briefing: Handling the Truth

* Large rallies across the nation are held to seek protection for illegal immigrants; "the pro-immigration rallies have had a bottom-up, organic quality that often surprised organizers and opponents alike." [WP, WP, NYT, USAT]


* 60% disapprove of Bush and 55% plan to vote for Democratic House candidates, according to new WP/ABC poll [WP]

* Military commanders "are moving ahead with steps that are necessary before beginning to draw down the 132,000 U.S. troops in the country by the end of this year." [W$J]

* Republican lawmakers, facing political conundrum of immigration, are frustrated "with President Bush for what they see as a muddled stand on the issue." [WP]

* Bush says news reports of a pending attack on Iran are just "wild speculation." [WP, NYT]

* The White House response to the leak "imbroglio" is "no comment and non sequitur," writes Dana Milbank, but they're now front and center. Bush: "I wanted people to see the truth." [WP, NYT, USAT]

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