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Poll: U.S. Exaggerated Iraq Weapons Claims

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Poll: U.S. Exaggerated Iraq Weapons Claims

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Americans continue to show strong support for the U.S. presence in Iraq. But a new poll suggests that a majority of Americans believe the government may have exaggerated evidence about Iraq's weapons of mass destruction. NPR's Linda Wertheimer reports.

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