Ahmadinejad: 'Wicked' Bush's term is at an end, he won't attack Iran

Iran's hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says that while US President George W. Bush "desired" to attack Iran he will not do so now. Ahmadinejad has told thousands of people in central Iran that Bush's term has come to a close and he will now not harm the Persian state, even after invading Iran's eastern and western neighbors: Afghanistan and Iraq. Bush, who has just seven months in office before stepping down as president, is working to attain one of the top foreign priorities of his presidency: halting Iran's nuclear program the US fears will be used to build a nuclear weapon.