Sen. Graham & Terrorism Charges

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NPR's David Welna reports on the Capitol Hill debate over the Bush administration's handling of the hunt for al Qaeda. Democratic senator and presidential candidate Bob Graham of Florida says the attacks in Riyadh were a result of distraction from the war on terrorism. But Republican senators defend the administration.



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