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Bush raps McCain's detainee proposals

Says measures would cripple war on terror

McCain (foreground) and John Warner (back, right) have backed bills intended to curb abuse of terrorism suspects.
By Rick Klein
Globe Staff / September 16, 2006

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WASHINGTON -- In a sharp escalation of the clash between President Bush and one of the nation's top Republicans, Bush used a White House press conference to blast Senator John McCain's proposals for military tribunals and detainee treatment, asserting that they would shut down the CIA's interrogation program for terrorism suspects. (Full article: 1145 words)

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