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Bush to go on with war on terror, but say this war cannot be won

&to=' target=_blank>President Bush says staying the course in the war on terror will make the world safer for future generations, though he acknowledges an all-out &to=' target=_blank>victory against terrorism may not be possible.

In an interview on NBC-TV's "Today" show broadcast to coincide with Monday's start of the Republican National Convention in New York, Bush said retreating from the war on terror "would be a disaster for your children."

"You cannot show weakness in this world today because the enemy will exploit that weakness," he said. "It will embolden them and make the world a more dangerous place."

When asked "Can we win?" the war on terror, Bush said, "I don't think you can win it. But I think you can create conditions so that the — those who use terror as a tool are — less acceptable in parts of the world."

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