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People stared into the eye of the storm and refused to back down, and so Laura and I are in New Orleans to remind the country about what strong leadership means — and we're here to support the leaders.  

— Former President George W. Bush, marking the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, a low point of his presidency, at a high school in New Orleans.
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