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Sunday, May 01, 2005

 Bush denies Prince Abdullah's claim of 'scoring'

WASHINGTON (DPI) - U.S.-Saudi relations became strained today when an unnamed source revealed that Prince Abdullah told close associates and advisors that he "got some" during his recent visit with President Bush. According to the source, Abdullah "told some of the OPEC guys" in the Royal Locker Room that he "got pretty far" with the president. The source said that the prince wasn't specific, but that "it sounded like third base, at least." The White House vigorously denied the allegations. After a lengthy telephone conversation with the prince later in the day, a puffy-eyed President Bush announced that he was cancelling his plans to accompany Prince Abdullah to the Mohammed High prom in Mecca this June. Link


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