Bush Calls Iraq a Threat, Urges Action

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With the confidence of almost guaranteed support from Congress for a strike against Iraq, President Bush went prime-time last night to justify pre-emptive action. From a Cincinnati podium, he described an Iraqi leadership already amassing weapons of mass destruction, and said that the nation's past and continued association with terrorists makes it a persistent threat. NPR's Don Gonyea reports. (5:36)
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