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PROTESTORS AT EGR BUSH VISIT
(2007-04-20)
(wgvu) - AST GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) - Protesters who are opposed to
the war in Iraq were on hand today as President Bush visited
suburban Grand Rapids to make a speech about the war and worldwide
anti-terrorism efforts.
The president spoke for nearly 90 minutes at East Grand Rapids
High School.
Protesters outside waved signs and shouted anti-war chants.
About a thousand gathered at nearby Collins Park. Dozens more
were chanting outside the front entrance of the high school.
Twenty-nine-year-old protester Adam Estner of East Grand Rapids
says the Bush administration is corrupt and has lied to Americans
about the war.
Twenty-six-year-old Rachel Zalokar of Grand Rapids says she came
out to be with others like her who oppose the war.

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