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English: President George W. Bush gives remarks on Hurricane Katrina and the Iraqi constitution from his Crawford, Texas ranch on Sunday August 28, 2005.
The logo in the background was created by the Bush Administration in August 2001, and is displayed at press briefings during Bush's stays at his ranch in Crawford. The sign reads, "The Western White House / Crawford, Texas"
Français : Le président George W. Bush fait des commentaires sur l'ouragan Katrina et la constitution irakienne depuis son ranch texan de Crawford, dimanche 25 août 2005.
Le logo en arrière plan a été créé par l'administration Bush en août 2001 et est affiché lors des conférences de presse lorsque Bush réside dans son ranch. Il y est écrit "The Western White House / Crawford, Texas"
|Date||28 August 2005|
|Source||White House Photo (http://georgewbush-whitehouse.archives.gov/news/releases/2005/08/images/20050828-1_p082805pm-0167-515h.html)|
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