Senator Charles Grassley is among a group of lawmakers who’ll meet with President Bush this afternoon to review the President’s plan for a new Department of Homeland Security. Grassley says the President’s chief of staff has promised there should be some cost savings by consolidating functions. Grassley supports President Bush’s decision to try to topple Iraq’s Saddam Hussein, as well as Bush’s order to kill Hussein if U-S operatives are endangered. Grassley says it’s part of a new “pre-emption” policy which seeks out terrorists before they strike rather than reacting once there’s an attack.
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