Reid: Bush 'Finally Inching' Toward Dems' Plan for Iraq

Senate Majority Leader Harry ReidHarry ReidPelosi blasts GOP leaders for silence on Trump Latinos build a wall between Trump and White House in new ad The true (and incredible) story of Hill staffers on the industry payroll MORE (D-Nev.) celebrated news Friday that the U.S. and Iraq have agreed to a troop withdrawal time line, but blasted President Bush and his Republican colleague for blocking previous attempts pushing for withdrawal.

"While the Administration has spent the last two years doing everything in its power to block a change in course that would made America more secure, it appears the Bush Administration is finally inching toward adopting key elements of the strategy long advocated by Senate Democrats on Iraq