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What does Bush have in store for the U.S.?
The Bush administration has expressed confidence in UN secretary-general Kofi Annan and said he should stay in office, in a belated rebuff to demands from Republicans in Congress for his resignations.
How are they going about this administration?
US ambassador John Danforth called reporters together to deliver the comments, saying that he had to clarify the US position after his colleagues and the media believed the United States Government was not supporting Mr Annan.
Is Bush's decisions being supported?
"We are expressing confidence in the secretary-general and his continuing in office," Mr Danforth said, adding that he was speaking for the White House and State Department.
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US Senator Norm Coleman, a Minnesota Republican, who was later joined by five congressmen, last week called for the resignation of Mr Annan, who has two more years in office before completing his second five-year term.

They accused him of presiding over corruption in the UN oil-for-food program for Iraq, administered by the United Nations but supervised by the 15-nation Security Council.
What does the Bush Administration plan on doing about the flu shot?
In answer to this year's flu shot shortage, the Bush administration said yesterday that they intend to buy 1.2 million doses of flu vaccine from a plant in Germany. This announcement will coincide with today's deadline calling for a report to congress regarding the issue of Americans buying prescription drugs from other countries. Secretary of Health and Human Services, Tommy Thompson was supposed to issue a report on drug importation today, but is traveling overseas, thus delaying the issuance of the report.