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September 7, 2005
Bush Promises to Seek Answers to Failures of Hurricane Relief
By ANNE E. KORNBLUT and CARL HULSE
[About midway through the story] Mr. Bush also resisted renewed calls to fire Michael D. Brown, the director of FEMA, who became a lightning rod for attacks last week when he said he was unaware of a crisis at the New Orleans convention center, news of which had been televised for days. Instead, Mr. Bush accused critics of playing the "blame game" and said he would remain focused on the immediate crisis as evacuees fanned out across the country.
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